Q. Is Bricktober indoors.

A . All the Displays, Interactive Zone, Refreshment Zone, Vendors are indoors or under cover. If the weather is a bit wet, just bring an umbrella for moving from the car parks to the building.

Q. How do I Contact You?

A .You are able to use this website to send us your feedback and questions by clicking here.

You are able to also contact us via our Facebook page by clicking here.


Q. How much does entry to the show cost?

A. A family friendly price.

Each ticket cost $10 each – includes booking fee or Family of 4 – $30 – includes booking fee *

* A 30 cent ticket booking fee applies per head. Trybooking donate back this fee to be used by The Rotary Foundation to help eradicate Polio from the world.

Family tickets are for a family of 4, made up of any age, as long as you have at lest one adult present, we don’t dictate to people how they make up a family, a family could be one dad and 3 kids, one mum and 3 kids, two adults and two kids, Mum Dad grandma and one child, could even be 4 adults.

  Children under the age of 2 years are admitted free.


 Q. What is LEGO®?

A.LEGO® is a construction toy that consists of various sizes and shapes of multicolored      plastic interlocking bricks.  The building blocks are only limited by your imagination.

Come and see what we have done with them


 Q. Why are you only doing pre-purchased tickets for timed entry sessions for the show, why can’t I just buy tickets at the door?

A. Once inside the event, you can STAY, PLAY AND LOOK as long as you want.

In 2014 we had a system where you just lined up at the door and purchased a ticket once you got to the end of the front of the line, most people waited 40 minutes, some up to 1.5 hours.

In 2015 and 2516 we implemented the Timed Entry System and no one had more then a 5 minute queue time.

Again this year, Bricktober is implementing a staggered entry system to help combat the long line from 2014.  Most people in 2014, queued for up to 40 minutes.Some up to 1.5 hours.

When you book, you pick an entry time, so you will know when you can get in.  No queuing up not knowing when you will be able to enter.

You enter in at your allotted time, and are free to look around at the displays for as long as you want.  When you are happy with the amount of time you have looked at the displays, you are free to head over to the Interactive Zone where we have the brick pit and building competitions along with the remote controlled vehicles. We also have an area where you can sit down and watch animated brick films.

There will also be merchandise available with various Lego retailers and sellers.

Refreshments will be available – cold drinks, coffee,  a sausage sizzle and other healthy options, where you can sit down and have a break.

You can stay for as long as you like even head back for a second look at the displays at any time you like.


Q. I have booked to enter at 9:30 am, if I get there at 9:25 am, can I sill get in?

A. Yes you can, the staggered entry system is there to ease the long  queues from 2014, since then we have used this system and it works extremely well, it controlls the flow of the crowds, you can enter any time in the 30 minutes after the entry time on your ticket.  It’s like a virtual queue and you know when you will get to the front.


 Q. I need to reprint my tickets or I dont seen to have received the email for my tickets?



A. If you have booked your tickets and have lost the email or had a problem printing the tickets.

Trybooking has a great little function where you input your email address that you used to book your tickets and they will resend them to you as an email.

Here is the web address:


Please ensure you check your junk mail folder for the email from Trybooking.


Q. Can I bring my own food and drink?

A.  Yes you can, we will have coffee, cold drinks,  and a staple of Rotary events, “The    Sausage Sizzle” along with healthy alternatives, so you can purchase at the show if you wish or bring your own.

Please note, this is a family friendly event, no alcohol, no smoking event.


Q. When  is this Exhibition?

A.  7th and 8th October 2017. 9am-4:15pm

Bricktober is an annual event that the first year was held  on the 5th of October 2014 at the Belmont Collage Gym for 6 hours on one day.

Thank you to everyone that attended and all the helpers on the day of Bricktober 2014.

We had an outstanding response from LEGO® enthusiasts in Perth W.A.

The second year was at the  larger venue,  Cannington Exhibition Centre in 2015 on the 10th and 11th of October.

For 2016 and our 3rd show was back at the Cannington Exhibition Centre.

This year 2017, we have moved to the larger, all under one roof venue of the Curtin Stadium.

We are open over 7  hours per day (9am- 4:15pm) for 2 days.
This is a once a year two day event.

Thanks to your feedback ..this year tickets are  available online prior to the event.

Children aged 2 and under are admitted free.

Tickets are limited so be quick for Bricktober 2017!


Q. Will you be having Bricktober as an annual event?

A. Yes. Bricktober as an annual.  As Rotarians we are committed to helping the local community and see this event as an exciting fun project to help promote Lego® play in the community.

This year will be our 4th show:

Curtin Stadium 

Kent St, Bentley WA 6102


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

We also exhibit from time to time at other shows and events.  Keep watching our Facebook page for updates of where we will be next.

Thanks to your feedback ..this year tickets are  available online prior to the event.


Q. Where  is this Exhibition?

A.This exhibition will be located at:

Curtin Stadium 

Kent St, Bentley WA 6102



Q. Is parking available?

A. Yes. There is free parking onsite at the numerous sites around Curtin University.




Q. Is there public transport near by?

A. If you are planning on taking public transport to the event please plan your journey at  http://transperth.wa.gov.au


Q. Can I bring my Lego® Bricks to the show?

A.Sorry…no. We don’t want you to lose any of your LEGO®.  There will be plenty of Lego® for you to see and play with at the show.


Q. How many Lego® Pieces are on show?

A. In 2014 it was estimated that were are over 300,000 individual Lego® elements in the displays!

In 2015 we had over 19  Lego® enthusiasts bring their displays  and share their passion for  Lego® brick building.  We had 60 tables of Lego® awesomeness.

In 2016 we had over 100 tables and 38 Exhititors

This years show will be bigger then any other we have run.

 Q. Is Bricktober-Perth businesses, do people make money out of it.

A.Bricktober-Perth is NOT a buisness, its a community event run by The Rotary Club of Ascot and other volinteers.

We are an event Built by the Community for the Community.

 Curtin Stadium 

Kent St, Bentley WA 6102



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