Lego groups in Perth

Perth and WA has a number of Lego groups operating:


WABS

The longest running one is the WABS (Western Australia Brick Society) formally PALS (Perth Adult Lego Society)

Who they are:

We love our Lego and we want to show you some fantastic stuff we’ve been creating over here in Perth, Western Australia.

In late 2007, a small group of like-minded adult Lego enthusiasts met up Sunday mornings to create a train and town layout for the 2008 Model Train Show.  We won Most Popular Exhibit and had a great time running the display.  A few more people have joined the group since then, allowing us to build bigger and better displays filled with unique creations.
They are a RLUG (Recognised Lego User Group) that is, The Lego Group formally recognises them and gives them support.

Contact Here  (http://www.wabricksociety.org.au/)


There are many Lego Groups on Facebook.

Most of them are closed groups as they have found in the past that they where being spammed a lot by non Lego posts, so they are now closed groups that you need to ask to join.

1.PerthLUG

The Perth Lego Users Group is a Facebook based group that started in Jan 2014

PerthLUG has been set up to create a friendly online social network for the Perth Lego community.
We welcome posts about anything Lego related. We especially like to see what you are building so feel welcome to post photos and tell us about them.

The group is a closed Facebook group so you need to ask to join.

They have over 1000 members.

2.Perth Lego Buy, Sell & Swap

This Facebook group is all about, well buying, selling and swapping Lego in the Perth area.

They have a lot of sellers who you can connect with and even ask if anyone has a particulate set or part.

The group is a closed Facebook group so you need to ask to join.

They have over 1000 members.

3.Australia Lego Star Wars Society

Formally – Perth Lego Star Wars Society, this is a  group of Lego fans that are into the Star Wars sets.

The group is a closed Facebook group so you need to ask to join.

They have over 600 members.

4.OZLUG, Australian Lego User Group

The purpose of this group is to:

1. Connect LEGO users from around Australia
2. Create a positive environment where people can share pictures of their MOC’s
3. Share LEGO sales information
4. Provide LEGO news
5. Encourage people of all ages to get interested in LEGO
6. Provide details of various LEGO events around the country

The purpose of this group is NOT to replace existing, well-establish LUGs, it is to try and get people from all of Australia communicating.

The group is a closed Facebook group so you need to ask to join.

They have over 3700 members.


 

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