Over 2000 Lego enthusiasts enjoyed the exhibits, Dizzy Toys play zone and masterclasses at Queenscliffe Bricks this June long weekend, raising over $12 000 for Rotary projects.  
Over 50 exhibitors organised by the Melbourne Lego User Group displayed exhibits ranging from artworks and trains to pirates and princesses and everything inbetween.
LEGO guru Travis Matheson worked his LEGO magic in the Masterclasses and revealed the secrets of “brickbending” – the art of making straight bricks into curved shapes. In 20 minutes the young LEGO initiates managed to build a huge circle out of LEGO that fit 40 adults and children inside.
Kale Frost took out the People’s Choice Award for his build “World’s Finest” – a huge multi dimensional mosaic which looked like Superman from one angle and Batman from another.
Residents of Geelong and the Bellarine might have recognised Lathamstowe Queenscliffe (however, the carnivorous man-eating plant in the garden might have been a surprise), or the Geelong CFA and Ambulance stations amongst the exhibits.
Thanks to all the exhibitors and wonderful volunteers who made Queenscliffe Bricks such a success.
Raffle prize winners
1st prize Ferris wheel RRP $289.95 - Robert Dew
2cnd prize Jurassic World RRP $119.95 - Ray Radford
3rd prize Cruising Adventures RRP $79.95 - Ken Bennett
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