CELEBRATE all things Lego with Bricktober – Perth 2017, a two-day event featuring exhibitions, activities and amazing competitions.
The event will showcase one of the largest collections of WA-built models with more than 250 tables of Lego models on display.
Themes include City and Trains, Friends, Technic, Star Wars, Disney Princesses, Elves and superheroes.
You will also be able to construct your own magnificent creations with a Brickpit of more than 20,000 Lego pieces to play with.
Sign up on the day for the building competitions, drive a remote control Lego train or Technic model, build a Lego car and race your friends on the new Racer Ramp, see animated Lego films on the big screen and get a photo with life size Mr Brick, superheroes, princesses and Star Wars characters.
On the day, buy a raffle ticket to win Lego sets and take a guess at the number of pieces in a jar of Lego to win the whole jar.
There will be plenty of stalls selling Lego and merchandise, perfect for finding fantastic Christmas presents.
Bricktober is a project of The Rotary Club of Ascot with all funds raised going towards setting up Lego playgroups, with a focus on children with autism, and other Rotary and community projects.
This year Bricktober has moved to a bigger venue at the Curtin Stadium, Kent Street, Bentley, on Saturday, October 7, and Sunday, October 8, 9am-4.15pm.
Tickets must be pre purchased at www.bricktober.info/booking-2017 with $30 for a family of four, $10 single ticket, children under two years free and timed entry slots every 30 minutes to ease the long queues.
For more information, visit www.bricktober.info.