Brisbricks Morayfield LEGO® Fan Expo

2019

LEGO® fans of all ages are in for a treat when the not-for-profit BrisBricks takes over the Morayfield Sport and Events Centre on May 25 and 26.  

BrisBricks LEGO fan Expo

This 2-day extravaganza - BrisBricks' first major fan expo of 2019 and the first at their new larger location - will feature more than 30 mind-blowing displays including Harry Potter and Batman themed ones. 

Brisbricks Morayfield LEGO® Fan Expo

BrisBricks’ energetic team of talented builders and volunteers freely donate their time, displaying their own amazing creations and personal collections that will take children and adults alike on a magical journey through the ages of LEGO.

BrisBricks Morayfield 2019

Highlights this year include a huge Harry Potter display with an impressive Hogwarts castle accessed from Kings Cross Station via the Hogwarts Express and a display from LEGO Masters Australia contestant Cade.

Brisbricks Morayfield LEGO® Fan Expo

Other drawcards at this exciting event include interactive areas, a large train layout covering scenes from across Queensland, and much more.

Brisbricks Morayfield LEGO® Fan Expo

In addition, there will be a large selection of LEGO retailers, raffles, face painting and photo opportunities with costumed characters. Food and drinks will also be available to purchase from onsite vendors. 

Brisbricks Morayfield LEGO® Fan Expo

Nice to know - For LEGO fans with sensory issues, there will a special Autism Community Session on Sunday morning from 9-10:30 am where the sound, movement and lighting of the displays are adjusted.

Need to know - Tickets MUST be pre-purchased online. No tickets are available at the door. It is strongly advised to book well in advance as places are limited.

BrisBricks is a valued sponsor of Must Do Brisbane.com

Morayfield Sport &

Events Centre 

298 Morayfield Rd

Morayfield 

May 25-26

A $8 C (3-15yrs) $4

Family (2A + 2 C) $20

CU3 Free

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