Medals are awarded to volunteers and career staff for their contributions and efforts throughout their dedicated service in CFA.
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King's Police and Fire Service Medal
One of the older awards, instituted in 1909 by King Edward VII but discontinued in 1954 when separate medals for police and for fire service were substituted.
Queen's Fire Service Medal
Instituted on 19 May 1954 by Queen Elizabeth II, for issue to members of recognised fire services in Britain and Commonwealth countries. It has been replaced by the Australian Fire Service Medal.
Australian Fire Service Medal
The Australian Fire Service Medal recognises distinguished service by members of Australian fire services. It is awarded to paid and volunteer members for distinguished service.
The Valor Medal is available to CFA volunteers and career staff for acts of bravery.
The National Medal was created by Royal Warrant and is awarded by the Governor General to personnel in Australia's emergency services.
National Emergency Medal
The National Emergency Medal recognises service to others during nationally-significant emergencies.
CFA Service Award
CFA volunteers and staff with an aggregate efficient service of more than five years in any one or more fire brigades/locations may be entitled to a Service Award.
Spirit of CFA Awards
The Spirit of CFA Awards, have been initiated to publically recognise outstanding achievements and significant contributions made by CFA staff and volunteers on a daily basis to CFA, local communities and the State of Victoria.