The Rotary Club of Queenscliffe’s major fundraiser, the ‘Queenscliffe Bricks’ LEGO Fans Display opened on Saturday 20 June in Point Lonsdale.

Officiating at the opening were Cr Helene Cameron, Mayor of Queenscliffe, Jane Cox, DGE District 9780, Marianne Deacon, Chair of the Organising Committee and an Ewok.  

The exhibits are provided by the Melbourne LEGO User Group (MUGs) and this year total over 100 LEGO constructs from 34 exhibitors.  The biggest is a mosaic of the Melbourne Exhibition Building which has 170,540 LEGO pieces.  There are massive train sets, castles, Star Wars space ships, a large replica of HMAS Adelaide, a LEGO Rubic’s cube solver, the Sydney Opera House and many more.

 
 

 

 

queenscliffe bricks lego fans display 2015

 

The Rotary Club of Queenscliffe’s major fundraiser, the ‘Queenscliffe Bricks’ LEGO Fans Display opened on Saturday 20 June in Point Lonsdale.

Officiating at the opening were Cr Helene Cameron, Mayor of Queenscliffe, Jane Cox, DGE District 9780, Marianne Deacon, Chair of the Organising Committee and an Ewok.  

The exhibits are provided by the Melbourne LEGO User Group (MUGs) and this year total over 100 LEGO constructs from 34 exhibitors.  The biggest is a mosaic of the Melbourne Exhibition Building which has 170,540 LEGO pieces.  There are massive train sets, castles, Star Wars space ships, a large replica of HMAS Adelaide, a LEGO Rubic’s cube solver, the Sydney Opera House and many more.

Ocean Grove Supertoys/Dizzy Toys of Pakington St returned for the second year providing a retail zone and LEGO play area in the adjacent main school building. They also supervise a colouring competition anda LEGO building competition with children's creations to be photographed and displayed at their Ocean Grove shop for two weeks with prizes to be awarded. This area is proving very popular!