Bricktober is back for the October school holidays. It's an annual event that showcases models built from Lego by Lego fans. It's fun for young and old and has a 'stay and play' vibe.
This year, the event will be held at the Cannington Exhibition Centre and Showgrounds and you can park onsite.
One of the best things about Bricktober is the price. It's just $8 a head or $25 for a family of four. There's also a 30c booking fee per ticket and kids under two get in free. Book here. Tickets are limited and you must pre-book.
You'll need to choose a session time (they start as early as 9am for both Saturday and Sunday). On the day, you enter during that time and are then free to look around for as long as you like. Once you're done with the displays, you can head over to the interactive zone where you're welcome to get stuck in and build. There'll be a brick pit and building competition too.
Activities at Bricktober include visits from Lego characters, daily raffles and a 'guess the number of Lego pieces in the jar' competition. You'll also have the chance to drive a Lego train, Volvo or bulldozer and enter several speed-building competition - each for a gold coin donation.