What an amazing weekend! Over 3100 LEGO enthusiasts enjoyed the wide range of exhibits, play area and masterclasses at Queenscliffe Bricks. This year 34 exhibitors from as far away as Tasmania and Mount Gambier brought exhibits ranging from LEGO puzzles, Star Wars to ski fields, bugs to books, dresses to dragons and everything in between.
 
Our local Future LEGO Master Builder winner 10 year old Thomas McGregor exhibited his Custom Chevy C10 with (very cute) dog in the back and other winners were Adam Matthews and Tom Winter with their huge build Incident City Queenscliff which took out both the People’s Choice and Exhibitors’ Choice Awards. They transformed sleepy Queenscliff into a disaster zone requiring all sorts of intervention from the military and emergency services.
 
LEGO guru Travis Matheson again worked his LEGO magic in the Masterclasses, introducing physics to the participants and supervising some amazing tower builds and one epic demolition.
 
The weekend raised over $20 000. This year major beneficiaries are ShelterBox disaster relief, Barwon Health’s Volunteers Patient Transport service and Rotary’s End Polio Now initiative.
 
 We can’t wait to see what will be at Queenscliffe Bricks 2020 –pencil in June 6 & 7 in your diaries now!
 
Thank you - Exhibitors organised by Melbourne Lego User Group and Geelong Lego User Group, Dizzy Toys/Ocean Grove Super Toys for the Play Zone, Rotarians, community volunteers, Queenscliff Kindergarten for the LEGO themed cake stall, Lions Club for the BBQ and our sponsors Lighthouse Olive Oil, Searoad Ferries, All About Traffic Management, Campbell Potts Real Estate, Sencia – The Breeze, Point Lonsdale IGA, Bellarine Adventure Golf and BIG4 Beacon Resort.