W.A. let’s welcome LEGO®!

By Marnie Adams, Contributor @ Kids In Perth 21 Oct 2021

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W.A.’s first LEGO® Certified Store is now open!

LEGO® awesomeness is spread over a massive 343 square meters! This 'must visit' store can be found near David Jones on the Ground Floor of AMP Karrinyup Centre.

Naturally, kids will get excited over the latest LEGO® sets and parents can plan ahead for Christmas.

Inside, we're looking forward to seeing custom-built brick features that draw inspiration from local icons and landmarks.

Richard Facioni, Executive Chairman, Alquemie Group said, “Together with our partners at The LEGO® Group, we are proud to continue to extend the presence of LEGO® Certified Stores into Western Australia. “The new store will capitalise on the enduring appeal of the LEGO® brand and bring a world-class retail concept to WA. We look forward to meeting our loyal, growing community of brick fans of all ages in Perth.”

Store highlights include:

  • Large 3D brick-built model ‘a local and quokkas’ | Comprised of 75,667 LEGO® bricks, 450 hours build time
  • Large 3D mosaic of Swan River | Comprised of 15,681 LEGO® bricks, 128 hours build time.
  • Signature LEGO® Pick A Brick Wall

If your family are big LEGO® fans, here are a few local LEGO® clubs and events to check out!

 

Sneak Peek | Perth's very own 𝗟𝗘𝗚𝗢® 𝗖𝗲𝗿𝘁𝗶𝗳𝗶𝗲𝗱 𝗦𝘁𝗼𝗿𝗲

𝗟𝗘𝗚𝗢® Sculptures | Fun facts

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A Local & Quokkas

How many LEGO®bricks? 75667.
Build Time? 450 hours.

 

Swan river

Swan River Mosaic

How many LEGO®bricks? 15,681.
Build Time? 128 hours.

 

Social Feed | Stay up to date

Local LEGO® to follow & check out

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Saturday 30 October 2021 at 4pm-7pm | WA Maritime Museum

During other times, families can see the Brickwrecks Sunken Ships in LEGO® Bricks display. This display was built by Ryan "The Brickman" McNaught and his team.

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WA Brick Society & Bricktober

Bricktober is Perth's local showcase of all things LEGO. Even though this event has come and gone for the year, stay up to date by following them on social media.

Their facebook page is a fun follow because it's always updated with the latest LEGO news and incredible creations from Perth's local LEGO community.

The sister facebook group to Bricktober is the WA Brick Society which you can find here.

Will your family be visiting the new LEGO® store? How much will you end up spending while you're there?

Let us know in the comments below or on our facebook page.

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