Bricktober – Perth 2017 is a fun yearly event that showcases the largest collection of local, ‘WA made’ collections of models built from LEGO® by fans  of the brick in Perth W.A. Built by the Community for the Community.

This year we have 50 local Perth Volunteer Exhibitors.

The show will feature the LEGO® themes of:
City and Trains
Friends, Technic®
Star Wars®
Disney Princesses®

& much, much more!

What can I Do and See at Bricktober?

The event runs over 2 days with a Stadium  full of Lego on display.

We have:
•Over 250 tables of Lego on display, built by the Community for the Community.
•A “Brickpit” of over 30,000 LEGO® bricks that you can play with.
•Animated LEGO® films on the big screen.
•Building Competitions on the day (please note numbers are limited – sign up on the day)
•Appearances by Life Size Mr Brick – Have your photo taken with him!
•Appearances by Superheroes, Princesses and Star Wars
•Drive a LEGO® Train or Technic® model with a remote control.
•Build a Lego car and race your friends on the new Racer Ramp.
•Buy a raffle ticket to win cool LEGO® sets.
•Take a guess at the number of pieces in a jar of LEGO® and win the Jar of LEGO®.
•Purchase LEGO® from sellers and merchandise at the Bricktober Merchandise stalls.
•Free stuff before the show with a chance to win tickets to the show – Enter our COLOURING COMPETITION and Shoe Box MOC – There are prizes for different groups: boys & girls and an AFOL category – details on our Facebook page & Website.
•Refreshments are available on site.

WHERE is Bricktober?

This year we have relocated to a bigger venue (Click to see the map):

Bricktober is at CURTIN STADIUM
7th & 8th October 2017
9am – 4:15pm
Kent St, Bentley WA
We are on the grounds of Curtin University

How do I buy tickets and how much does it cost?

Tickets can be pre purchased at:


Tickets are:
a family friendly $30 for a family of 4 $10 a single ticket.
(Children under the age of 2 years are admitted free.)

We will have pre-purchased, timed entry slots every 30 minutes to ease the long queues.
Please note – There will be No door sales.
Once inside, you can stay as look as you like.
STAY, PLAY AND LOOK as long as you want.

What do we do with the proceeds from Bricktober every year?

Bricktober is a project of the The Rotary Club of Ascot (Inc) – Funds raised go towards support for programs for young children and other Rotary and community projects. All funds raised go towards setting up Lego Play Groups and other Rotary and community projects.

The main beneficiaries of the event to date have been:

•We have helped setup and fund of 19 clubs that offer the “LEGO ® Play Experience” to children with a focus on children with Autism
•We have Supported  The Rotary Foundation which funds and develops programs around the world, working to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational, and cultural exchange programs – the world eradication of Polio is one of the fund’s main projects.
•The Rotary Club of Ascot has, in the last 7 years, developed the supply of fresh drinking water to communities in East Timor Leste.
•We have supported funding of an Interpaste team of Doctors that travel to developing countries and preform surgery on locals affected by suffer deformities, like hair lip and burns.

For more information about the benefits of LEGO® play, visit

LEGO Therapy

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Our mailing address is:
Rotary Club of Ascot
PO Box 457
Perth, WA 6985







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