The annual show is back again this year in April at the Sydney Town Hall. This not-for-profit event is organized by SydBricks and the City of Sydney, showcasing the best talent among Lego fans. There will be interactive fun activities for all ages, free play areas, building competition, Lego merchandise and much more. Tickets for the show are now available at Ticketmaster.
2. Lego Pompeii Following the success of previous exhibitions, Lego Colosseum (2013) and Lego Acropolis (2014), this year it features one of the world's best archeological sites - Pompeii made by Lego professional builder Ryan McNaught (The Brickman).
3. Towers of Tomorrow
Be amazed by the technical marvels of stunning Lego structures, featuring famous skyscrapers from Australia and Asia. The exhibition brings inspiration to Lego fans to create their "towers of tomorrow" through creativity and imagination.
4. Toy Brick Fair
Great event for kids to check out unique Lego models on display such as Star Wars collection, Hogwarts Castle and famous global landmarks. Fun activities include building competitions for young Lego fans to showcase their talent, guessing competitions, building tables for kids to play and construct their creation and more. There will be Lego products, games and merchandise for sale during the fair.
When: Ongoing - 14th Jan 2015
Time: 9.30am - 5pm
Admission: $10 per person (free for ages 2 and below)
Venue: Big Top @ Luna Park Sydney
5. Lego Robotics
During this school holidays, why not challenge the kids' interests in Lego to a next level by enrolling them in Lego Robotics program? It's an exciting and entertaining program where kids learn to program Lego Mindstroms EV3 robots to do what they desire using motors, sensors, computer programming techniques.
Any thoughts on the bricks 4 kidz holiday workshops I have seen advertised? I saw an article here that said they had summer workshops but I've also seen they are advertising more workshops in the Easter break