The Basket Range CFS station is located in a pictuesque valley overlooking orchards of cherries, apples and pears, with vineyards, natural scrub and the Camelot Castle reception complex all within sight from the front doors.
The brigade was formed in 1969 after a fire in Cranwell's Garage highlighted the lack of fire cover in the Basket Range area. The original station building, located adjacent to the Basket Range War Memorial Hall has been replaced with a modern building in the same location, now housing 2 appliances and around 28 enthusiastic members.
New members are most welcome - the brigade is currently seeking males & females aged 14 years upwards, to train as firefighters and radio operators. If you are interested, or would like more information, please attend the station on a training night - Mondays - between 7.15 & 8 pm, ring the station on a training night between 7.15 & 8pm, or contact the Captain, Pip McGowan on 8390 3442.
Commencing late October, there will be training on Tuesday mornings, commencing at 10 am. This training session is aimed at parents with young children - bring them along with you. For further information, contact the Captain, Pip McGowan
If you are interested in joining the Basket Range CFS, as a firefighter or radio operator, please come and see us at the Basket Range Fire Station - any Monday night from 7.30 pm. If you are interested in joining, or would liketo know more, please come and see us.
Training occurs every Monday night from 7.50 pm. (Station open from 7.15 pm). There is some Tuesday morning training occurring on an adhoc basis.
New members welcome
Last updated 18th May 2013