Hundreds of people both young and old are tipped to attend fire station open days at the weekend.
The Albury Civic station on Kiewa Street and Albury North station on Nagle Road will be open to the public from 10am to 2pm on Saturday.
While the events are a chance for young people to sit in fire trucks, try on helmets and view displays, Inspector Frank Finlay said they were also a way to share a safety message.
"The kids love going, but for the older people it's more about providing pamphlets and information on home fire safety, escape routes and smoke alarms," he said.
"People can see the fire trucks, meet firefighters and ask any questions they like while learning about fire safety.
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The North Albury station will have displays starting at 10.30am, including a mock road rescue operation at 11.30am.
Hose and fire extinguishing displays will also be held.
Corowa, Culcairn, Holbrook, Henty and Mulwala stations will also be open.
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