What areas do you service?

Fuse Pyrotechnics currently services all Eastern states of Australia. We have staff based in most major cities who are ready to make your event a success.

How much notice do you need for a fireworks display?

Generally speaking we require a minimum of 7 days notice to submit the necessary paperwork to the relevant state explosives authority. For displays on water, this increases to 30 days to obtain an Aquatic Event permit. It is always best to talk to us as soon as possible to ensure a smooth process.

How much does a fireworks display cost?

The cost of a fireworks display depends on many factors including display duration and intensity, labour requirements, travel distances and costs associated with obtaining permits and approvals. There is no ‘one size fits all’ and thus every display we produce is tailored to the individual requirements of our clients. We work hard to deliver the best display outcome for the allocated budget whilst taking care of all safety and operational matters. We welcome the opportunity to provide a tailored, obligation-free proposal for your event so please don’t hesitate to get in touch, even if it’s just to float some ideas.

How much room do you need for a fireworks display?

Regulations vary from state to state however a minimum distance of 50m is generally advisable for aerial fireworks displays. Where there is insufficient room for an aerial fireworks display, Fuse can deliver a close proximity display using specialist effects with minimal fallout. Talk to us today about what we can do in your space.

What time can I have my fireworks display?

Generally speaking an outdoor fireworks display may take place up until 9pm Sunday through Thursday, or 10pm on Friday and Saturday. These restrictions are in place to minimise disturbance to the general public. If noise is a particular concern in your area, talk to us about our quiet fireworks displays.

Can you fire a display on water?

Fuse Pyrotechnics are experts at water-based displays. We look after all aspects of the display including provision of a suitable barge and engagement of the necessary authorities including Maritime Safety and Water Police.

Do I need to notify my neighbours?

Neighbours must be notified of a planned fireworks display at least 7 days prior. Fuse Pyrotechnics can supply a Display Notification proforma for you to distribute or alternatively we can take care of the entire process for an additional fee.

Have you got insurance and appropriate licenses?

We do! Fuse Pyrotechnics holds a $20M Public Liability insurance policy that remains claim-free. We operate in most states of Australia and we carry the necessary licences as required by each state’s explosive authority.

Do you obtain all necessary approvals for the display?

Fuse Pyrotechnics takes care of all necessary permits and approvals required for the safe and legal discharge of fireworks in the relevant jurisdiction.