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Community Safety Day is on again

02 Oct 2009

The popular Community Safety Day returns to Docklands on Sunday, October 25.

Melbourne’s emergency and safety services are bringing their special skills and impressive equipment to the fun day.

The wow factor will be high as you get close to helicopters, boats, fire trucks and other vehicles used in rescues and emergencies around Victoria. Plus, there’s the chance to meet those who work and volunteer to protect us and keep us safe, including the Country Fire Authority, Victorian State Emergency

Service and St John Ambulance. These people do amazing things in the name of community safety, most recently noted in the Black Saturday fires in February.  

Families and kids who ride their bikes down to visit the City of Melbourne stall go into the draw to win a fantastic bike kit.  Kit includes bike, helmet and safety accessories, valued at over $500.

Free bike engraving and servicing, as well as showbags including a free bell and installation on the day. Bike parking is available.

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Comments

  • Mark at 9:10pm on 12/02/11

    They should always have it.

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