Yeronga Fire Station

Stage Number: MBSH.02.03.10

Group: Southern

Local Study Area: Yeronga

Epoch: Early 20th Century

Street Address: 785 Ipswich Rd, Yeronga

Latitude & Longitude: -27.52183333,153.02527778

Time Link: 1934

Map Link: 1936

Image Time Point: 1936

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Contractor William Miller constructed this station as part of the state government’s update of fire services for Brisban’e new interwar suburbs. It was strategically located at the corner of School and Ipswich Roads, then two of the major thouroughfares in the area. It was opened on 18 April 1934 by the local member W. Denmead. It was the new, standard design, with the firefighting equipment stored on the ground floor and the fire stationmaster’s residence on the top floor. It closed in 1974 and was converted to a State Emergency Services centre.


Department of Enviroment & Heritage Protection, Qld Heritage Register citation No.602144

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Qimagery. Brisbane 1936. Scale: 1:11,000.