WHO HELPS US?
Fireball is only made possible through the generosity of our wonderful community.
We are forever grateful for those who support, donate and volunteer their time, products and services in order to make our event possible.
A big heartfelt thank you goes out to the following businesses and individuals who are helping make the Mayroal Fireball a success.
Please support those who support us:
Set on 10 Acres of stunning natural landscape, Bramleigh Estate is a luxury wedding & event venue located in Warrandyte, that blends modern comfort & style with the ambience of a classic Hamptons property.
Bramleigh Estate gives you everything for your wedding in the one location with the exclusivity of only one wedding at a time.
Their all-inclusive Estate Package, designed with ‘no hidden fees’ will ensure that all of the details for your day are taken care of under one price per guest. You will be pleasantly surprised at all the little touches included. Their team of award-winning coordinators and wedding specialists will go above and beyond to ensure your magical wedding day is everything you have dreamed of.
Their amazing support of the 2020 Fireball is extremely generous and demonstrates their admiration of the very volunteers that save and protect us. Thank you Bramleigh Estate!
The bank that backs Warrandyte! They do so much for the community and now they are backing Fireball! Warrandyte Community Bank Branch is joining an elite field of sponsors that value our local CFA volunteers and want to give them many hours back to spend time with their families. Support those that support you. They are even open on the weekends!
Their branch covers the Warrandyte, South Warrandyte, North Warrandyte, Park Orchards, Wonga Park, Christmas Hills and Bend of Islands area.
The Diary newspaper has maintained its strong community character over the years, documenting greater Warrandyte region’s tragedies, triumphs and hidden stories.
Their reporters break local news and cover North Warrandyte, South Warrandyte, Park Orchards, Wonga Park, Warranwood, Kangaroo Ground and Research.
With a monthly circulation of 4000 and a fast-growing online readership with their digital edition, the Diary is mostly produced by local volunteers with one aim: to serve our community.
In 2006, Ryan was elected the Member for Warrandyte. A passionate representative for his local community, Ryan represents the suburbs of Park Orchards, Warrandyte, North Warrandyte, South Warrandyte, Warranwood, Donvale, East Doncaster, Wonga Park and parts of Ringwood North.
Ryan is committed to providing Victorians with practical opportunities for improving the state we all live in, and delivering results for the local community. He has been a long term supporter of Fireball and the local CFA brigades and their volunteers.
Unbeatable online service for fresh food, quality products, specialty foods and liquor. FREE delivery or from $5.
Quinton's are are a family owned and operated independent supermarket. Their focus is on providing outstanding service, fresh first quality produce and now our very own online supermarket with home delivery!
They stive to support Australian manufacturing and Australian farmers. They also stock a very wide range of Organic, Gluten, Vegan, Wheat and Dairy free products.
They recently became the first supermarket in Australia to announce that they were no longer stocking Caged or Barn Laid eggs. A tremendous stand for animal welfare.
The Warrandyte Community is the lifeblood of Quinton’s SUPA IGA. They employ approximately 100 staff at Quinton's who are predominantly Warrandyte residents. They also support every sporting club, school, kindergarten & community group in Warrandyte. And this year they are the major sponsor for Fireball!
Quinton’s SUPA IGA Warrandyte is a community supermarket servicing the unique Warrandyte community. Quinton’s SUPA IGA really is… how the locals like it!!
Constructed in 1895 The Grand has seen a lot in its time – from devastating fires to torrential floods, our Grand has stood proudly for over 100 years as the backbone to the Warrandyte township.
A bar to lean on, an empty stomach to satisfy, a meeting place for locals, a destination for the culinary curious – they're all about good food and good times.
Dyason Legal are a boutique commercial law firm. Mainly focusing on Debt recovery, Commercial litigation (general), Bankruptcy/insolvency, Owners Corporation Fee Recovery, Wills & Estates and Business Sales/Purchase.
Leasa has been involved in the legal industry since 1994 and has worked in some of the most substantial Australian legal firms. She has also worked with some of society’s most vulnerable in community legal centres. Coupled with her legal background, Leasa has over 15 years of direct management of a successful construction company. Leasa is in a unique position to understand her clients’ broader commercial needs.
Leasa is admitted to practice in both the Victorian and Federal Jurisdiction.