- Provide an opportunity for adults and their families with an interest in LEGO® to socialise, share and discuss ideas as well as create and build together, using LEGO®.
- To promote LEGO® as a hobby in Western Australia.
- To organise meetings and club events for members as well as shows to display members' models to the public.
- To promote and encourage social activities amongst members as well as other organisations.
To join, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can click here to use our online signup form
Did you know? The club president designed and built the longest LEGO® bridge in a layout in 2013!
|Testing out the record-breaking bridge!|
Joining the clubAre you looking to play a bigger role in the local LEGO® fan community? Do you want to meet other LEGO® fans with a passion for building? The WA Brick Society wants you!
Join the club and wow us with your building skills! Just send an email to email@example.com or you can click here to use our online signup form.
Some of the benefits of joining WA Brick Society:
- Access to a MASSIVE collection of LEGO®
- Opportunities to publicly display your LEGO® models at events
- Collaborate on building projects and displays
- Participate in exclusive LEGO programs
- Meet new people who are local fans of LEGO® toys
- Enhance your LEGO® building skills
- Explore new directions and ventures for the club
For membership forms and fees, refer to the documents in Downloads section.
LEGO® displays for your event
The WA Brick Society display models and layouts at a number of events throughout the year with the biggest display being the Model Railway show at Claremont Showgrounds over the WA Day long-weekend. Should you be interested in having WABS hold a display you are welcome to inquire by emailing the club secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org. A WA Brick Society display will always depend upon the availability of club members and costs are involved. Cost will depend upon the length of time of the display; location of the display; the cost of transporting the display to the venue and whether LEGO® may need to be purchased.
For information about LEGO® clubs and building workshops for children, see the Clubs for Kids section of our blog.