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Our Queensland Fire & Rescue Club History...
The Queensland Fire & Rescue Club Inc was formed in 1979 and subsequently incorporated in 1986. The club came into being when it’s “parent” clubs, the Queensland Fire Fighters Club and the Queensland Rescue Squad amalgamated due to declining membership of both clubs.
These two clubs had been performing duties at Lakeside International Raceway and Surfers Paradise Raceway since the 1960s. Currently the club has one remaining member from this foundation period still currently active in club events and activities.
Teamwork, Competence, Achievement, Knowledge, Challenge,
Work/life Balance, Professionalism and Friendship.
Our Affiliations in the Motorsport industry...
Where and what do we attend?
QFRC operates four fire and rescue trucks, fire fighting equipment, and Holmatro rescue equipment, more commonly referred to as the “jaws of life”. Our first vehicle, 1979 HZ Holden ute, was donated to QFRC in the early 1980’s by the “Queensland Backseat Racing Drivers Club” which was a group of racing driver’s wives who raised money by holding stalls, raffles etc. This vehicle is the most recognised of all our vehicles. Later the club acquired a Ford F100 to be used as a combination rescue and fire suppression truck, carrying a 240lt water tank.