Kasidi and Jayden Kippen and Toyworld managers Violet and Shane Ramsay are all set for the National Lego Building Competition 2001.
Kasidi and Jayden Kippen and Toyworld managers Violet and Shane Ramsay are all set for the National Lego Building Competition 2001. Max Fleet

Creative Lego leads to California

GETTING creative could win a Bundaberg child a family trip to Legoland in California.

The hunt for the best Lego builder in Australia will start with the opening of the National Lego Building Competition on April 1.

Now in its second year, the competition gives children the opportunity to use their creativity and construction skills to build the Lego model of their dreams.

All children interested in entering are required to build a Lego model, take a photo of it and present it with a completed entry form by April 30 to their local Toyworld store, where it will go on display.

Certified Lego professional Ryan McNaught has encouarged kids to start building their models now.

“Building something different and unique is definitely the way to go,” he said.

The grand prize winner will receive return flights to Los Angeles for four people, five nights accommodation, admission to Legoland California and $1500 spending money.



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