The current Meningie CFS station was built in 1995 and
is situated at Princes Highway, Meningie. The Station has three fire
appliance bays, operations/meeting room, communications room, fully
equipped kitchen and toilet and shower facilities.
During large incidents the meeting/operations room is
used as an operations centre for the incident management team. The
operations room has full audio/visual including large display screen and
data projector. This is used to display fire maps and action plans and
is easily displayed for the entire incident management team to see. It
has a computer, multiple white boards, tables, fax machine, large
district map (wall mounted) and access points for many telephones.
The Communications Room is used by trained radio
operators and houses three Government Radio Network (GRN) radios, radio
scanner, off air paging decoder, fax machine, computer with
internet/email access, weather station, town siren control panel and
At the rear of the station is a training compound used
vehicle wrecks for crews to practise using
Road Crash Rescue equipment (Jaws of life).