Ambulance Historical Society & Museum


The Union wishes to advise members of the Ambulance Historical Society (AHS) who oversee the Ambulance Museum in Bayswater (see Ambulance Historical Society video on AEAVIC Members page).

The Museum is run solely by volunteers including retired Paramedic Chas Martin who is the co-ordinator. It relies on small membership fees and donations to purchase vintage ambulance and equipment.

Membership is only $25 for 3 years or $10 for 1 year and includes unlimited free family museum admission, quarterly newsletters, members’ merchandise discount and more.

Members are encouraged to join so that the Museum has a strong future and can afford to build on its current fleet. Members are also invited to volunteer time if able to however this is not a condition on membership.

Please fill out the attached membership form which can be sent into the AEAV at [email protected]

Payment can be made in person at the Museum or by EFT at:
Refer to bank details on the AHS Membership Form

It is also worth having a look around your branch for old equipment, uniform or memorabilia. Many Rural branches have an old shed out the back which may be full of gear that the AHS would love to have.

Follow this link or copy and paste into browser to view the latest YouTube video featuring Chas Martin, Curator & Co-ordinator of the Ambulance Historical Society & Museum:

Danny Hill
Assistant Secretary

United Voice Ambulance Section
Ambulance Employees Australia - Victoria

e: [email protected]
p: (03) 9235 7665

Download copy of this bulletin here and the AHS Membership Form here