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Don’t miss emergency services display

Posted: 10am 18 Nov 2020

Meet true community heroes and learn more about the emergency services that keep our community safe at the Moreton District Emergency Services Display this weekend.

The initiative is part of National Road Safety Week, promoting road safety and awareness.

The message is safety first – on land or water.

What to expect

  • See a live car crash demonstration by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services at 10am.
  • Join in fun and games with Queensland Cricket
  • See the latest emergency services equipment
  • Meet true local heroes police, firefighters, paramedics, ambulance officers, marine rescuers, SES and Coast Guard volunteers, water police, the police dive team, disaster management officers and representatives from Queensland Transport and Main Roads, Crime Stoppers, Neighbourhood Watch and more.

Event details

The Moreton District Emergency Services Display is on November 21 from 8am-noon at the Hope Centre, Anzac Ave, Rothwell.

Entry is free.

Find out more about the Moreton District Crime Prevention Unit via the website

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