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About Us

Do you know the single biggest request a bride asks her bridesmaids when they start planning her hens party? It isn’t “I’d love a weekend away” or “I’d love a boho theme”, it is actually “PLEASE DON'T GET ME A STRIPPER!”

This is what we are all about here at Men On Fire; the parties that want the fun hens party experience with a great reaction from their bride, but not the  awkward experience that unfortunately is so renowned at hens parties.

The parties we plan for you have the reaction of your bride opening the door to a fully uniformed Fireman - cue our “Signature Fireman Surprise”. This gives you and your guests the reaction from the bride no hens party is complete without, but the surprise is then followed up with “I’m not actually a stripper don’t worry, I’m here for:

a) A Fireman Life Drawing party!

b) I’ve got ingredients, ice, shakers and glassware for a Cocktail Class!

c) Life Drawing AND Cocktail Class!

d) I'm just here in regular bartending attire for a low-key Cocktail Class!

To date we have enjoyed partying with over 20,000 across Australia and you may recognise us from a few bits of media here and there. We’ve been on Channel Ten’s Shark Tank, a hilarious prank with Fitzy & Wippa where Fireman Sam picked up Fitzy’s wife at a coffee shop (whoops!), a cheeky interview with Dave Hughes on Hughesy We Have A Problem, a part of Pedestrian.tv ‘Selfish Weekend’, we raised $1500 for rescue kittens with our charity 2019 calendar, a feature on Goggle Box, we collaborated on the TV show Taboo with Harley Breen to combine mental health with art through Life Drawing & even write ups in News.com.au and Yahoo News.

Jump on our Instagram, read our testimonials & give us a call, email or enquiry 24/7 to experience first hand why the Firemen are your choice for one of the most important nights of your bride’s entire life.

See Your Future Party In Action On Our Instagram HERE

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WARNING under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence: *to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; *for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premise