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Have a LEGO adventure in Freo these school holidays

UPDATE JULY 8: 

Thursday 9 July will be the last day for the LEGO Adventure Trail. We’ve completely exhausted Perth’s entire supply of LEGO Minifigures. 

Kids will still be able to pick up an adventure trail map from Fremantle Visitor Centre in Kings Square, collect the five stamps on their map, and go into the draw to win one of three LEGO vouchers from Toyworld Fremantle.

Don’t forget the live build with Fremantle’s very own LEGO Master Alex Towler and Jackson Harvey on Thursday 16 July from 10am-2pm in Victoria Hall (the venue has been changed to Victoria Hall due to the weather). Now that the event will be held indoors, for your safety, we need to limit the numbers for each of the live build and photo sessions to comply with social distancing regulations. Book your preferred session now.

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The City of Fremantle has partnered with Water Corporation to invite families on a free LEGO adventure through the streets of Fremantle these school holidays. 

From Monday 6 July until Sunday 19 July, kids will be able to collect an Adventure Trail map from the Fremantle Visitor Centre in Kings Square. 

The map will guide them to participating stores in Fremantle’s historic West End, where they’ll be able to collect the pieces for their very own LEGO toy. 

Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt said the Adventure Trail would be school holiday fun for the whole family. 

“The Water Corporation has been busy over the past few weeks replacing all the old pipes in the West End as part of the Pipes for Fremantle project, so it’s great that they’ve partnered with the City to support local traders with this fantastic school holiday activity,” Mayor Pettitt said. 

“Our little explorers can use the Adventure Trail map to find their way through the streets of Freo and spot the LEGO-themed shop windows to collect the pieces. 

“There are lots of different toys available for the kids to build, but stocks are limited so they should get in quick. 

“As they visit each store they can also collect special stamps on their map. Collect all five stamps and they can enter the draw to win one of three LEGO vouchers from Toyworld Fremantle. 

“They should also keep their eyes peeled for the Water Corporation signs on High Street that highlight some fun facts for kids about the historic Pipes for Fremantle project.” 

In another special LEGO treat, kids will have the chance to build their own LEGO masterpiece and watch a live build with Fremantle’s very own LEGO Masters Alex Towler and Jackson Harvey. 

The 2020 Australian LEGO Masters Champions will be at Victoria Hall (the venue has been changed to Victoria Hall due to the weather) on Thursday 16 July from 10am–2pm. 

To watch a video of Alex and Jackson being crowned LEGO Masters Champions click here

For other school holiday ideas, special deals and offers and information on things to do in Fremantle go to visitfremantle.com.au.