Are you looking for LEGO® activities in Brisbane during the school holidays?
Where to find LEGO® activities in Brisbane these school holidays
LEGO® is huge at the moment (who are we kidding, it is always HUGE!). We have found lots of places in Brisbane where you can take the kids for LEGO® fun events these school holidays. There are free LEGO® events and some require you to pay a fee. Make sure you check to see if you need to book ahead.
Bricks4Kidz | Across Brisbane
Bricks4Kidz workshops are a fresh and fun way for kids to learn with specially-designed LEGO®models and robotics. These awesome LEGO® activities in Brisbane are held in Newstead, Sherwood, Mt Ommaney, Springfield and lots more locations including the Sunshine and Gold Coast! With different workshop themes, there is something for everyone. The program is aimed at kids ages 5-12 and is staffed by trained, and screened BRICKS 4 KIDZ® instructors.
Find out more about Springfield events here and you can find other location information here.
The display at BRICKS n FUN is maintained by a small group of dedicated Master LEGO builders. It includes the history of LEGO with some interesting old LEGO kits. A big selection of large scale LEGO models including motorised working Technic models, one which will even solve a RUBIKS Cube. There is also a very impressive STAR WARS collection on display, and a comprehensive collection of Architecture themed models. The working LEGO train layout is a everybody’s favorite. It’s huge and includes a theme park, fire engines, an large collection of original LEGO Creator Buildings and moving LEGO cars. The Train Layout has a number of lighting effects which includes a day and night scene. It really is an amazing display to see. The display is open for public viewing every Saturday and during school holidays.
For an entrance fee of $5 per person you get to see the display, and it will take half an hour to see it all. Children 3 and under are FREE with a full-paying adult. To see the display you you can call the shop on 0458 869 206 to book, go online and complete a form, or get tickets on the door.
LEGO® Virtual Mad Machine Learning Labs | Online
Inspire innovators of tomorrow to understand how the real world works today! Children can participate in a range of virtual and in person workshops, exploring GEARS, LEVERS and PULLEYS in real-world models. Find out more here.
LEGO challenge at home
This LEGO challenge calendar is totally awesome because it gives kids inspiration for creative building without telling them exactly what to build! It has inspired lots of fun LEGO play in our home.
Past LEGO events
Brickman® Wonders of the World | Queensland Museum
We are so excited about this one! On now at Queensland Museum is the Brickman® Wonders of the World exhibition from 18 June – 30 January 2022! Explore history’s greatest masterpieces, brought to life by LEGO® Certified Professional, and LEGO Masters Australia judge, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught.
From the Great Wall of China and Taj Mahal, to the Empire State Building — this world-class exhibition takes you on an interactive trip throughout history. No passport required!
Experience more than 50 awe-inspiring displays brought to life in incredible detail. From Asia, Europe, America, the Ancient Wonders, Technology and Transport, and the Great Barrier Reef, see if you can find:
- The tallest, heaviest and the most time consuming build – The Space Shuttle from this year’s LEGO Masters Australia at 4 metres tall
- The second heaviest – The Titanic at 120 kilograms
- The longest creation – Tokyo subway map at 4.65 metres long
- The second most bricks – Flying Scotsman steam engine at 164,611 bricks
- The longest build by single builder – St Basil’s Cathedral at 320 hours.
Discover the secrets behind how these epic constructions were built, brick by brick. Then create your own masterpiece!