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Canberra Brick Expo 2022



The Canberra Brick Expo is on again in 2022. Sanitised and socially distanced, we are bringing back Canberra's favourite LEGO event. You can view our detailed COVID Safety Plan before purchasing tickets.

Brick Expo features exhibitors and collectors from all over Australia showcasing a large variety of LEGO models including a massive working layout of trains, fleets of space ships and many more. There will also be onsite LEGO sellers with rare and hard to find sets and bricks. 

We will be running a COVID safe event in 2022 and this will mean some changes to the number of people we are able to welcome at each session as well as to how we run and maintain the room. But all your favourite LEGO creations will be there.

Saturday 9th April to Sunday 10th April 2022
The Hellenic Club of Canberra
Matilda Street, Woden, Canberra, ACT 2606

$8      Child (4 - 14 yrs)
$8      Concession (Pensioner/Student)
$15    Adult (15+ yrs)
$31    Family A (1 Adult + 3 Children)
$38    Family B (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Visiting Canberra?
Are you looking for a place to stay in Canberra near the venue? We recommend the Abode Apartment Hotel in Woden. 
Save on your stay: (1) Visit
abodehotels.com.au (2) Select your dates of Travel (3) Enter BRICKEXPO2022 in the promo code section to receive a 10% discount.
Alternative contact 1300 122 633 or email reservations@abodehotels.com.au

Please Note: Major event laws in the ACT state that anyone found reselling or trading tickets for "substantial gain" or receiving financial benefits without permission of event organisers faces prosecution. Tickets may become voided if they are resold for a profit. If you need to transfer tickets please contact the event organisers. Tickets purchased anywhere other than this Trybooking site may not be valid and you may be turned away from entry at the event.

CHF
As a not-for-profit event all proceeds will assist our major charity Canberra Hospital Foundation to purchase much needed medical equipment for Paediatrics at the Canberra Hospital.