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The Mount Martha Fire Brigade is located on the Mornington Peninsula 60 kilometers south-east of Melbourne in Victoria Australia. Mount Martha is located on the south-eastern shores of Port Phillip Bay and to the north includes the Briars Historic Park.

The volunteer brigade respond to a variety of calls for assistance every year including grass, scrub, bush and structure fires and incidents such as motor vehicle accidents and public service.

This site has been created to offer the greater community an insight into the Mount Martha Fire Brigade and it’s involvement in the community.

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Brigade Management Team

Travis Hutchins


Travis , recently elected as captain has served as Mt Martha Captain in prior years with over 20 years firefighting experience in both Volunteer and Career roles. Travis has extensive knowledge and experience within the Fire Service which has led him to undertake Strike Team Leader and other Leadership/Command roles.

Brendan Hoogendoorn

1st Lieutenant | Response & Pre Plan

Brendan has been involved in the CFA for 13 years, beginning his career as part of operational support as a vehicle mechanic then becoming a volunteer firefighter. He has also served as a firefighter in an industry brigade. He is responsible for the brigades operations portfolio which includes pre-planned response & lighting and staging which are apart of the brigades specialist response.

Daniel Tompsett

2nd Lieutenant | Training

Daniel is now completing his second term as a Brigade officer after being recently re-elected by fellow members. His main responsibility is the coordination of all Training activities for the brigade.

Peter Mason

3RD Lieutenant | Station Equipment & Maintence

Peter has been with the brigade over 25 years following in his fathers footsteps in protecting the Mt Martha community. In his role today he oversees the brigade equipment maintenance.

Marnie Black

4th Lieutenant | OHS & Welfare

Marnie is now completing her first term as a the first female Brigade Officer . Marnie role as LT is member welfare. and OHS, As well as dealing with usual work and life pressures, CFA members are often exposed to potentially traumatic or stressful events, which can put them at potential risk of mental health issues, such as stress, anxiety or depression. Apart of Marnie's role is to conduct member welfare checks and be a support officer for our operational firefighters and also to reach out to members we aren't seeing as often anymore to keep them involved within the brigade.


Find us at the Brigade

 6 Latrobe Dr, Mount Martha VIC 3934

Give us a ring

(03) 5974 3658

** Please Note**

Mt Martha CFA is a volunteer station which means the brigade is UNMANNED. All phone calls will be responded too as soon as possible.

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