School Holiday LEGO® Activities in Brisbane | Lego Fun Events for kids
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 that you can take the kids for LEGO® fun events these Spring 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.
1. Bricks 4 Kidz School Holiday Workshops | Various Brisbane Locations
Does your child love LEGO? Bricks 4 Kidz school holiday workshops offer a fun and fresh experience for boys and girls from ages 5+. Inspire creativity, build & code in one of their awesome workshops across Queensland! Their school holiday programs are designed for kids ages 5 – 12 and are staffed by trained, screened BRICKS 4 KIDZ® instructors. Children will work and play with LEGO® Technic pieces such as gears, axles, electric motors and more!
Mining & Crafting • Remote Control Mania • Amusement Park Mayhem • Space Adventures • Movie Making • Robotics • And more! A BRICKS 4 KIDZ® school holiday workshop is a fresh and fun way for kids to spend their school break in Australia! With specially-designed BRICKS 4 KIDZ® models, LEGO® games galore, and plenty of time for free-play, the kids are always having fun. School holiday workshops are specially designed for kids ages 5-12 and are staffed by trained, screened BRICKS 4 KIDZ® instructors.
2. Bricks’n’Fun – LEGO® Buildroom
Ever wanted to build that LEGO® kit but couldn’t because you just didn’t have all the right parts? Well now you can! At Bricks’n’Fun you get to build from a huge selection of LEGO® kits. From the simplest to the rarest. Build them all! All kits come complete and with full instructions. You get hours of fun. They allow 12 builders at a time into the LEGO® Buildroom which keeps it nice and friendly and their Master Builders are always available when builders need help. As part of the LEGO® Buildroom admission price you also get to see the great LEGO® displays.
If you book a 2 hour LEGO® build session and complete the quiz correctly you go in the draw to win a LEGO® Kit as a prize. You can go on your own or take a group of friends and join in the fun. Cost is $11.00 per hour per child or $20.00 for 2 hours. Make sure you book ahead as LEGO® Build sessions fill quickly, especially on weekends and school holidays.
3. Brisbane BrisBricks LEGO Fan Show | Chandler
The BrisBricks Chandler expo is the largest show in the BrisBricks annual calendar.
The Chandler expo is held in September over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, and runs for three full days over the weekend. The show welcomes an average of 8,700+ attendees across the course of the weekend, with more than 50 awesome displays.
4. LEGO® Educational Centre School Holiday Programs | South Brisbane
If you have a LEGO® loving little one at your house, you can book in to the School Holidays programs at LEGO® Educational Centre in South Brisbane. Children between the age of 3 and 9+ years of age are catered for with a variety of workshops to choose from. Prices start at $15 and bookings are essential.
5. Building Block Studio Holiday Workshop | Sandgate
At Building Block Studio they firmly believe that all interests and hobbies varying from mainstream to not-so-common deserve a space where likeminded individuals can gather to collaborate and share their knowledge, experiences, and ideas. A space where their interests can be fostered and extended upon.
Take for example vocalists and musicians, they have access dedicated music schools and specialty instructors. People passionate about art and painting can access a variety of art studios. These areas of interest are serviced by others who are equally interested in these topics.
Their interests at Building Block Studio are computer coding, 3D design, electronics and the intersection of these: robots!! For likeminded individuals, let Building Block Studio be your space of learning and collaboration!
They have a range of school holiday workshops that suit a variety of ages and interests. Bookings required.
5. Lego Immersive Zone, Mitchelton
Join in at Brookside Shopping Centre these school holidays as LEGO® comes to life in our LEGO® Play Zone and Character Meet & Greet. Race the clock to see how fast you can build your model, make your way through the Ninja obstacle course, build the tallest LEGO® tower, snap a pic with a LEGO® character, plus take part in many more LEGO® challenges. Brookside Shopping Centre.
4. Under Construction, Ipswich
Get your hard hats on for a construction zone like no other and create a masterpiece with LEGO® and other construction systems.
Have you ever wanted to build your own transport invention? How will we travel in the future? What types of engineering masterpieces will you create to take home? Let your imagination run wild in this hands on inventors workshop zone. Dream it! Design it! Build it! Kids and adults will love this area, jam-packed full of Lego® and other construction gear ready for them to build and test their own inventions. This area includes a special under 3’s big block builder’s activity space for little engineers. The Workshops Rail Museum.
3. Brisbricks LEGO® Fan Expo, Mt Gravatt
BrisBricks is going back to where it all began and will be doing a special one day expo at the Mt Gravatt Showgrounds. Go see a wide range of custom LEGO® displays and creations form the Brisbane LEGO® Fan community. Find out more here.
2. Saturday Fun Day @ LEGO® Educational Centre
1. Bricks’n’Fun – LEGO® Buildroom
Ever wanted to build that LEGO® kit but couldn’t because you just didn’t have all the right parts? Well now you can! At Bricks’n’Fun you get to build from a huge selection of LEGO® kits. From the simplest to the rarest. Build them all! All kits come complete and with full instructions. You get hours of fun. They allow 12 builders at a time into the LEGO® Buildroom which keeps it nice and friendly and their Master Builders are always available when builders need help. As part of the LEGO® Buildroom admission price you also get to see the great LEGO® displays. If you book a 2 hour LEGO® build session and complete the quiz correctly you go in the draw to win a LEGO® Kit as a prize. You can go on your own or take a group of friends and join in the fun. Cost is $11.00 per hour per child or $20.00 for 2 hours. Make sure you book ahead as LEGO® Build sessions fill quickly, especially on weekends and school holidays.
* Bonus LEGO® Activity
Sat 14 Apr LEGO City Play Zone, Sunnybank Hills
Kids are invited to let their imagination and creativity go wild and make something really cool in the LEGO® Free Build Zone with the huge collection of LEGO® pieces. Other fun activities include the nail-biting LEGO® Height Challenge, were teams will go head-to-head to see who can build the highest tower. Or maybe the Accuracy Challenge is more up their alley, where participants rebuild an object from memory. Snap some pictures in front of the LEGO® Fire Station or play super-fun LEGO® city iPad games and see the virtual LEGO® brought to life. Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown.
Until Monday 17 April Sugar Spin You, Me, Art And Everything, South Brisbane
GOMA is turning 10 – how sweet! Headlining the celebrations is ‘Sugar Spin’, featuring over 250 contemporary artworks exploring light, space, architecture and the senses.From brand-new immersive works to large-scale visitor favourites, the exhibition reflects our complex connections to the natural world with an explosion of colour, sensation and spinning delights.
‘Sugar Spin’ also marks the return of Carsten Höller’s much-loved Left/Right Slide, spiralling visitors from the top floor of GOMA to the bottom; Ron Mueck’s oversized In bed; Olafur Eliasson’s interactive installation of thousands of white Lego pieces The cubic structural evolution project; and Céleste Boursier-Mougenot’s musical installation of live finches, from here to ear (v.13) 2010. Queensland Gallery of Modern Art.
Saturday 25 March to Sunday 9 July Towers of Tomorrow with Lego® Bricks at Ipswich Art Gallery
Twelve iconic mega towers from Australian and Asian cities have been astonishingly replicated at 1:200 scale using only Lego® bricks. Get up close to Brisbane’s own Infinity Tower, the Gold Coast’s Q1, Melbourne’s Eureka Tower and the Sydney Tower. Amongst the international towers are Malaysia’s Petronas Twin Towers and China’s tallest building, Shanghai Tower.
Explore the line-up of astonishing scale-model constructions by Ryan McNaught, one of only 12 LEGO® Certified Professionals worldwide. Ryan and his team of builders used well over 1.5 tons of LEGO® over more than 2,000 hours to build the structures featured in the Towers of Tomorrow exhibition.
As a brick builder you too can add your own mini architectural wonder to the skyline. Come along to build, play and wonder.
10am – 5pm daily. $5.00 per person per session. Ipswich Art Gallery.
Monday 10 to Saturday 16 April Great Lego Building Challenge at Aspley Hypermarket
FREE event that includes EASTER GIVEAWAYS for the kids! The Great LEGO Building Challenge will delight children and parents alike, being one of the very few promotions available where contestants stretch their imagination and creativity by creating LEGO masterpieces of their own design from a huge selection of Lego!
Heats: Monday 10 April to Thursday 13 April (Closed Good Friday)
Heat 1 – 10:30am 3 – 7 Years
Heat 2 – 11:30am 8 – 14 Years
Heat 3 – 12.30pm 3 – 7 Years
Heat 4 – 1.30pm 8 – 14 Years
Finals: Saturday 15 April 2017 (Easter Saturday)
Final 1 – 11:30am 3 – 7 Years
Final 2 – 12:30pm 8 – 14 Years
Do you have what it takes to go into the Great LEGO Building Hall of Fame? For over 20 years, The Great LEGO Building Challenge has been providing up to the elbows, good fun for children of all ages. Aspley Hypermarket.
Monday 3 – Thursday 13 April Building Block Studio School Holiday Workshops, Sandgate
Building Block Studio is a Learning Activity Centre committed to inspiring the next generation of coders, engineers and 3D designer’s.
Building Block Studio provides a warm and welcoming environment where students can explore and test their creative ideas and ultimately enhance their skills and knowledge in these exciting fields. They believe that in the right environment people can learn anything!
The small class size enables them to teach the earliest beginner from age six or individuals keen on extending their existing knowledge in Electronics, Introduction to Robotics, 3D Design and in Computer Coding. They want to inspire Australia’s future innovators!
They offer a variety of workshops throughout the school holidays. Check the website for more details. Building Block Studio.
Monday 3 to Thursday 13 April School Holiday Workshops and Activities at Bricks4Kidz, Bulimba, Coorparoo and Clayfield
What does a Bricks 4 Kidz School Holiday Workshop involve?
They are a fresh and fun way for kids to spend their school holiday break! With specially-designed Bricks 4 Kidz models, LEGO® games galore and plenty of time for free-play, they are always having fun.
Each workshop is specifically designed for kids aged 5 – 12 years and are staff by trained, screened Bricks 4 Kidz instructors.
Kids will work and play with LEGO® Technic pieces such as gears, axles, motors and more!
Workshops are held at several locations:
The programs run on weekdays during the school holidays
They never have more than eight children per staff member – the best staff : child ratio in Australia! Bricks 4 Kidz.