On Satur­day 27th and Sun­day 28th Oc­to­ber 2018 the Mu­seum of Fire will be hold­ing its 30th An­nual Doll Bear & Craft Fair.

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The Mu­seum has been run­ning this fair for the past 29 years and it has be­come one of the premier fairs in New South Wales. With over 110 stalls un­der­cover, all on one level with wheel chair ac­cess and plenty of bus/ coach park­ing, it makes for a fun day out for all ages.

Stalls this year in­clude, an as­sort­ment of dolls, in­clud­ing re­born, porce­lain, vin­tage, and pixie dolls, many hand­made and hand dressed ted­dies, home­made chil­dren’s clothes, Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions, Quilts, Soap, Can­dles, Doll Cra­dles, Dream Catch­ers, Jew­elry, Doll Clothes, en­viro bags as well as fully re­stored prams and to many more craft stalls to men­tion.

Many stall­hold­ers travel a long dis­tance to be here as it is one of the few 2 day in­door fairs still left in Syd­ney.

The Fair is open to the pub­lic from 9.00am to 3pm both days and we also have free Doll Val­u­a­tions be­ing done by a mem­ber of the Doll Col­lec­tors Club of NSW on Satur­day from 10am till 2pm.

We have kept our en­try prices rea­son­able at just $6.00 for Adults, $4.00 for Con­ces­sions and $2.00 for chil­dren aged from 2 – 13 years.

The Mu­seum of Fire, lo­cated in the old Pen­rith Power Sta­tion, 1 Mu­seum Drive (off Castlereagh Road) opened as Aus­tralia’s only ded­i­cated Fire Safety Ed­u­ca­tion Cen­tre in 1986. The Mu­seum is a Reg­is­tered Char­ity, ded­i­cated to teach­ing and pro­mot­ing Fire Safety and rais­ing aware­ness of the heroic role fire fighters play in serv­ing the com­mu­nity.

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