An adventure 6 million lego bricks
in the making

1st April - 31st May
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

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an iMMERSIVE adventure

Walk through the jurassic gates

Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught will unveil an epic, world-first exhibition at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) this April that transforms Jurassic World — the blockbuster franchise from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment — into an immersive must-do adventure that will be the largest LEGO® brick experience in Australian history.

Visitors to Jurassic World by Brickman® begin their journey by walking through the iconic 4-metre-tall Jurassic World gates to experience the Isla Nublar.

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a lego® brick exhibition like no other

embark on a thrilling journey through the stories and dinosaurs from the epic jurassic world franchise

Over 50 large-scale dinosaurs, props, scenes and activities made from over 6 million LEGO® bricks will leave explorers in awe as they embark on a thrilling journey through Jurassic World. From discovering Isla Nublar, to the science labs of the Park, petting zoo and even posing with dinosaurs both friendly and menacing.

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show us your building skills

2.5 million lego® bricks
to build with

In the Jurassic World by Brickman® experience, LEGO® brick fanatics will have an opportunity to show off their own building skills.

The hands-on exhibition features a myriad of activities, including island-building, LEGO® brick paleontology and discovery through mystery mosaics, hybrid dinosaur creation, learning to track a dinosaur by creating species footprints, and even building escape vehicles to get away from a T.rex. With 2.5 million bricks to play with, creativity will not be in short supply!

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huge 1:1 scale lego® brick dinosaurs

track dinosaurs across isla nublar

Visitors will experience the inner workings of the Jurassic World lab where dinosaurs are genetically engineered, before venturing to the baby dinosaur enclosure, where a life-size Brachiosaurus weighing well over 1.8 tonnes awaits!

They will continue their journey by learning how to track dinosaurs across the island before encountering escaped Velociraptors Blue and Delta, and of course, an enormous T.rex — a favourite of many Jurassic World fans.

Facts

Aggression:

High

Height:

5m

Length:

12m

Weight:

9,000kg

Diet:

Tyrannosaurus Rex

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Facts

Aggression:

Very High

Height:

2m

Length:

5m

Weight:

150kg

Diet:

Blue (Velociraptor)

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Facts

Aggression:

Low

Height:

3m

Length:

9m

Weight:

10,000kg

Diet:

Triceratops

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Facts

Aggression:

High

Height:

3m

Length:

16.8m

Weight:

25,401kg

Diet:

Mosasaurus

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Facts

Aggression:

Low

Height:

3m

Length:

8.5m

Weight:

5,000kg

Diet:

Stegosaurus

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Facts

Aggression:

Medium

Height:

2m

Length:

10m

Weight:

6,000kg

Diet:

Ankylosaurus

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Facts

Aggression:

High

Height:

2.9m

Length:

6m

Weight:

30kg

Diet:

Pteranodon

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Facts

Aggression:

Medium

Height:

1.4m

Length:

3.5m

Weight:

78kg

Diet:

Stygimoloch

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Facts

Aggression:

Medium

Height:

5.3m

Length:

4.9m

Weight:

453.6kg

Diet:

Sinoceratops

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Facts

Aggression:

Low

Height:

12.4m

Length:

21.5m

Weight:

50,802kg

Diet:

Brachiosaurus

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a global event

The largest LEGO® brick exhibition in Australian history

This experience brings two of the most iconic and recognised brands together: LEGO® and Jurassic World
Jurassic World by Brickman® is the biggest LEGO® brick adventure ever made by the Brickman team. The world-first exhibition has taken over two years to design and build, and features some of the most complex and challenging models they have ever created.

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the lego® master

Who is brickman?

The Brickman is a team of skilled LEGO® brick craftspeople led by Ryan McNaught, aka “The Brickman.” Ryan is a LEGO® Certified Professional — one of only 14 in the world and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere. Ryan is also the main competition judge on Channel Nine’s blockbuster TV series LEGO Masters Australia beside host Hamish Blake.

a covid-safe event

event information

Date: 1st April - 31st May
Venue: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Inside Jurassic World by Brickman you’ll encounter over 50 large-scale dinosaurs, props and scenes from the blockbuster Jurassic World franchise, including life-size dinosaurs in our petting zoo, a Brachiosaurus you can walk underneath, minifig dioramas, and photo opportunities to recreate some of the most iconic moments from the films — including getting up close and personal with 2 life-size velociraptors!  You’ll build your own mini Jurassic World and dinosaur footprints, create hybrid dinosaurs, help assemble enormous LEGO® brick mystery mosaics, and even build your own escape vehicles to get away from our 1 tonne T.rex model!

Over 2 years, 6 million LEGO® bricks and 10,000 build hours have gone into the creation of Jurassic World by Brickman®, making it the biggest exhibition we’ve ever created — and we can’t wait for you to see it!

It is strongly recommended to pre-book to secure a preferred session time.

The safety of patrons and staff is top priority, and Jurassic World by Brickman® will operate with a commitment to a COVID safe environment including capped visitor numbers, physical distancing measures and sanitiser stations onsite.

get answers

frequently asked questions

What are the COVID-19 precautions?

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The safety of patrons and staff is our top priority. Jurassic World by Brickman® will operate with a commitment to a COVID safe environment, including capped visitor numbers, physical distancing measures and sanitiser stations onsite.  

All visitors to MCEC will be required to sign in via the Victorian Government QR Code on arrival.

MCEC will enforce health and safety measures as a condition of entry to the venue, which includes temperature screening and hand sanitisation. 

 

Visitors will be encouraged to wear a mask when a distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained. 

 

The latest messages and FAQs for attending an event at MCEC can be viewed here: https://mcec.com.au/venuesafe/visitor

 

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre have a COVID safe plan which can be viewed here:

https://mcec.com.au/venuesafe

What is the price for tickets?

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All prices are listed on Ticketek. All prices include GST and any additional fees.

Purchase your tickets now at Ticketek.com.au.

Adult     $35.00

Junior    $25.00

Conc.     $27.50

Family   $95.00

Do not buy tickets from unauthorised re-sellers. You risk buying fraudulent or invalid tickets.

What are the opening hours?

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Opening hours:

Mon to Thur        9am till 3:30pm, last entry at 2pm 

Friday                  9am till 5:30pm, last entry at 4pm

Sat and Sun        9am till 6:30pm, last entry at 5pm

Please check the Ticketek website for open times as they are subject to change

What is your refund policy?

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Under normal circumstances we would try and move tickets to another day, however if that is not possible ( due to COVID or other situations) then a full refund will be available.

Session times – how long can we stay in session?

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We recommend 60 minutes to experience the exhibition, although you are welcome to stay and admire for as long as you’d like.

However, if numbers within the exhibition ever exceed the limits we may be required to begin asking visitors to move on to comply with social distancing regulations.

Group bookings

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For 11 or more tickets, contact Ticketek’s group/premium products team HERE.

What if I need to change my tickets?

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To change your tickets you will need to contact Ticketek- you can complete their online form here

It is under help on their website.

Can you buy tickets at the door?

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Tickets are now available to buy at the door, but we encourage you to buy tickets online before you arrive to ensure you can secure tickets for your preferred session time, as many are still selling out, especially in the mornings and on weekends.

From what age will children be charged for entry?

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Children three years and over will be charged entry.

If I buy a family pass can it be used for 1 adult and 3 children?

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Yes, a family is classified as either 2 adults + 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children.

Why can't I book when a session says it is 'available'?

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Unfortunately because sessions are selling out so fast and have strict capacity limits to comply with COVID rules, sometimes there were only a handful of slots left in a session- so it may say "available" but if your ticket order was for more than is available, then it won’t let you proceed. If you can’t even get 2 tickets, then that means there’s only 1 slot ( 1 person) left available in those sessions for example. When you go into a session, if it says “limited availability” at the top, that means there is less than 10 slots left, most likely less than 5.
Due to current Victorian Health Department requirements Ticketek are also unable to process more than 6 people through in one transaction- so if you need tickets for more than 6 you will need to do them in a second transaction.

What is the age limit for children’s tickets?

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The age limit for children's tickets is under 16 years old.

Are food and drinks allowed?

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Limited food and beverage is permitted in to these spaces.

Hot food, glass and cans are not permitted.

There are number of food and beverage options available at the venue

Is there an area to leave personal belongings?

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Cloaking is complimentary for patrons attending events at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The cloakroom is located near the Melbourne Convention Centre Customer Service desk.

Please check with our Customer Service staff upon arrival, as additional cloakrooms may be in operation for specific events.

Cloakrooms close 30 minutes after the end of the event. We won’t hold your items overnight, so you must pick them up before the facility closes.

Are there ATM’s nearby?

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Yes. ATMs are located on the concourse of Melbourne Exhibition Centre near Door 4 and near the Customer Service desk in the Melbourne Convention Centre.

Is there wheelchair and pram access?

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Yes, for more detailed information please venues Accessibility Features here: https://mcec.com.au/visit/accessibility-faq

Parking

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The MCEC has it's own carpark available underneath the exhibition. Door 10 from the carpark is the closest exit that will bring you straight to the exhibition. The closest car park/s for your event are: South Wharf Retail Car Park, Freeway Car Park, Montague Street CarPark.

Find more information here: https://mcec.com.au/visit

What are the transport options?

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Public transport is available. You can view a number of options by visiting the venues website here: https://mcec.com.au/visit

Are we able to take photographs?

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Most definitely, although commercial photography is not permitted

Will Ryan be at the event?

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Ryan will visiting the exhibition periodically- stay tuned to our social media for updates!