Thursday, January 7, 2016

School holidays activities

Looking for something LEGO® related for the kids to do? Here are two events going on this month - at the Art Gallery and Cockburn Gateway shopping centre

Art Gallery - Lego Ships!
As part of their Treasure Ships exhibition, the Art Gallery of Western Australia has brought out their tubs of white LEGO® for building! Kids are invited to construct naval vessels out of all the LEGO® pieces.

Dates: January 6-8 and 13-15 (Wed-Fri)
Time: 11am to 4pm
Venue: Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Cultural Centre. Cross the bridge over Roe Street from Perth Train Station
Admission: gold coin donation

Please see the Art Gallery website for the info.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Open to new members!

Are you looking to play a bigger role in the local Lego fan community? Do you want to meet other fans of Lego with a passion for building? The WA Brick Society wants you!
Join the club and wow us with your building skills!

As some of may already know, the WA Brick Society produces the largest single Lego fan display in Western Australia! We put it on display at the Model Train Exhibition in June, to the delight of the thousands of visitors. We have been voted People's Choice Award for many years as a result! Our team has been creating fantastic and unique models that go on our sprawling layouts. We have built bustling cities, mesmerising trains, rocking concerts, speeding racetracks, sunny beaches and so much more!

Fun fact: the club president designed and built the longest Lego bridge in a layout in 2013!
Imagine participating in a project of this incredible scale!

Don’t have enough Lego at home to build the creation of your dreams? As a member, you can use the huge collection that is the result of over four decades of collecting Lego! Imagine what you could build with over a million Lego pieces!

Even if you’re new to Lego, or returning from a Lego break, this is your chance to dive into a supportive group of brick-minded individuals! Not a Master Builder? Well, neither am I! We can help you build up your skills with the brick. You may even be able teach us a new technique or two!

If you have skills in other areas other than Lego, you can still contribute! We are always looking for help in engineering, display planning, truck driving, photography and publicity.

There are many benefits of being part of WA Brick Society, these are just some of them!
  • Meet new people who are local fans of Lego
  • Collaborate on building projects and displays
  • Access to a MASSIVE collection of Lego
  • Publicly display your creations to be seen by thousands of people
  • Enhance your Lego building skills
  • Opportunity to attend events on behalf of the club

So why not check out our club? Who knows, you may want to sign up!
We eagerly await your email at!

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Curtin Robofair

Are you interested in Lego Mindstorms robots?
Why not check out a demo by FIRST Lego League at Robofair? Curtin University is hosting their annual Robotics Fair this Sunday, and you'll be able to see Mindstorms robots in action.
FIRST Lego League allows school students from around the world to learn about Mindstorms and build robots to compete in tournaments!
At Robofair, there will also be plenty more robotics technology demonstrated, including displays by Artifactory, the Fire Department, Tokyo Underground, Scitech and more.

Robofair is on Sunday, December 6th, from 10am to 2pm, and is free to attend. For more info: visit the Curtin University website and Robofair on Facebook

To find out more about FIRST Lego League, visit their website: FIRST Australia

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Brilliant Bricktober

Bricktober was a resounding success last weekend! Lots of exciting and inspiring Lego displays were up for the public to view, made by some great local builders, who were displaying their Lego for the first time.
The kids loved looking at the exhibits, participating in the building competitions and playing around in the Lego playpit.
There was plenty of Lego sets and minifigures for sale and Bricktober merchandise - caps, T-shirts and badges.
Mr Bricktober was there, along with Darth Vader, a few Stormtroopers from the 501st Legion, and Anna and Elsa from Frozen, meeting and greeting the visitors.

Many thanks to Stephen and Joanna Kendall for organising Bricktober, and cheers to the volunteers, Rotary Club and fellow exhibitors all contributing to make it all worthwhile.

We can now start thinking about Bricktober 2016!

Friday, September 25, 2015

Bricktober coming soon!

Bricktober is only two weeks away! Don't miss this once a year LEGO® event! Remember to buy your tickets online!

October 10th & 11th at the Cannington Exhibition Centre

Bricktober - Perth is hosted by The Rotary Club of Ascot to raise funds for programs for young children and other Rotary and community projects.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, and the Brick and Knob configuration are trademarks of the The LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, endorse or authorise this event. © 2015 The LEGO Group.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

WA Scale Model Expo

Our display for the WA Scale Model Expo, September 5-6 2015
A Skyrim village, a nightclub, Christmas Village, Family Home and of course, Star Wars!
You can check out the Flickr gallery here: WASMEX 2015

Being spit roasted is a special kind of happy

Nightclub, built by Aaron

Skyrim village

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

WA Scale Model Expo this weekend

We'll be at the WA Scale Model Expo this weekend, stop by to check out some of our Lego models and enjoy a chinwag with us!

You can also check out plenty of scale models including spaceships, cars, airplanes, military vehicles and more! There will be model kits for sale and even a 3D printing demonstration!

September 5th and 6th, 10am to 4:30pm
Cannington Exhibition Centre

Check out the flyer below for the details

Our display from a previous show