Lake Innes Rural Fire Brigade members are celebrating the expansion of their headquarters.
The brigade's base will has been expanded and now provides additional storage space and room to accommodate their vehicles.
The additional shed is expected cost around $100,000 when fully outfitted.
Captain Kyle Goodsell said the extension is badly needed for the 40 member brigade.
"We haven't had a lot of space in the current station and there was a need for storage of foam, water and an extra bay," he said.
"Construction got underway in December and was completed in February this year. However, there is still a long way to go as we are currently outfitting the shed and painting the interior.
"We expect to be finished towards late December this year."
The brigade has responded to around 300 call outs in the last 12 months including being put under pressure during the Lindfield Park Road and surrounding bushfires.
Earlier this year, Sovereign Hills and Lewis Land Group donated $50,000 to the brigade toward the extension. Stowe Australia donated $10,000 towards the extension.
Sovereign Hills, Lewis Land Group, FJE & J Farlow Concrete, Coastwide Concrete Pumping and InfraBuild all assisted with the project.