How is BRIXPO 2021 COVID-Safe?

The safety of visitors and exhibitors is out top priority. In these changing times, BRIXPO are working with SA Health and St Clair Recreation Centre to ensure we meet all regulations and requirements current at the time of the event. This includes capped numbers, QR code sign in, physical distancing measures and sanitiser stations. We will display our detailed COVID-19 Plan closer to the event. 

BRIXPO 2021 has staggered entry sessions to avoid over-crowding in the venue. This gives everyone a chance to see the displays and stay COVID safe. ⠀⠀

Sessions start every 2 hours. Once you’re in, you can stay and view and shop for 105 minutes (that’s 1 and 3/4 hours).

Sessions have a 15 minute break in between to allow for clearing out all visitors and sanitising of surfaces. 

 

What happens to my booking if BRIXPO 2021 is cancelled?

If BRIXPO 2021 is cancelled, all ticket holders will have the option of a full refund or rolling their tickets over to BRIXPO 2022.

 

When is BRIXPO 2021?

Southern Bricks LEGO® User Group are excited to officially announce that BRIXPO 2021 will be held on the weekend of 3-4 July from 9am to 4:45pm.

BRIXPO 2021 has staggered entry sessions to avoid over-crowding in the venue. This gives everyone a chance to see the displays and stay COVID safe. ⠀⠀

 

Where is BRIXPO 2021?

BRIXPO’s new home is St Clair Recreation Centre, 109 Woodville Rd, Woodville 5011.

View more detailed venue information here: https://www.stclair.ymca.org.au/about/about-the-facility

 

How do I get to BRIXPO?

St Clair Recreation Centre is within walking distance of Woodville Train Station and a number of bus stops. Please check Adelaide Metro for any public transport service changes or interruptions.

If you’re driving, we have lots of free onsite parking. 

View our venue on Google Maps here: https://goo.gl/maps/zrRjZTkbKP8SrrCW9

 

How big is BRIXPO 2021?

Since we sold out in 2019 we’ve upgraded to a bigger venue. St Clair Recreation Centre gives us a huge open space – SIX championship basketball courts – to fill with our fabulous original LEGO® creations.

 

How long do I have to see all the displays?

Each session lasts for 1 and 3/4 hours. This allows plenty of time to view all the displays, and complete the optional Itty Bitty Brick Road.

A countdown clock will be displayed on the basketball court screens so visitors can check how much session time is remaining.

 

Are tickets available at the door?

Due to COVID, all tickets are sold online only. We encourage you to buy tickets before you arrive to ensure that you can secure for your preferred session time.

 

Do I need to print out my online tickets?

Please load your online e-ticket on your phone for scanning or present a hard-copy at entry.

 

From what age will children be charged entry to BRIXPO?

Children’s tickets are for ages 3 to 14. Children aged 2 years and under are free but they still require a ticket. 

All children must be supervised by an adult at all times. 

Can a family ticket be used for 1 adult and 3 children?

Yes a family ticket is valid for either 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children.

 

How do the session times work?

Please arrive 15 minutes before your chosen session time begins. You will not be permitted entry before your session start time.

 

Will there be a quieter, sensory-friendly session?

Yes, so that children, families and adults with a disability can enjoy the event, there will be a quieter and less crowded Sensory Friendly BRIXPO Session on Sunday 4 July at 9am.

 

Is there food and drink at BRIXPO?

Yes, our venue has a food kiosk selling a variety of cold drinks, snacks, coffee and hot food. 

Please note that due to COVID,  the kiosk will not be serving during the session clear-out period.  

There are more food and drink options along Woodville Road to be enjoyed before or after you visit BRIXPO.

 

Is there wheelchair and pram access?

Yes, for more detailed information view our venue’s Accessibility and Inclusion features here: https://www.stclair.ymca.org.au/about/access-and-inclusion

 

Can we touch the LEGO®?

Please look out for the Do Not Touch and Please Touch signs on the displays to let you know which displays are interactive and which are just for viewing.

Some exhibits have taken weeks or even months to build!

 

Can I buy LEGO® at BRIXPO?

Stock up on rare minifigures, sets and accessories from our vendors.

Due to COVID,  EFTPOS is the preferred payment method but some vendors are also accepting cash.

 

What is the Itty Bitty Brick Road

BRIXPO’s mascot is an exclusive Rainbow Dodo designed by Itty Bitty Bricks. ⠀⠀

For $5 you can pick up an Itty Bitty BRICK Road kit containing their passport with map and instructions.

Collect all the pieces to build your Dodo as you wander around our exhibits

 

Are we able to take photographs?

Please do! And take lots of them! 

Commercial photography requires  approval from the BRIXPO 2021 Event Committee.

Please respect the privacy of exhibitors and visitors when taking photos.

Don’t forget to tag #brixpo in all your BRIXPO snaps on social media – we’ll share our favourites!

 

What happens if it rains?

All our LEGO® displays and interactive play-zones are indoors!

 

Who is organising the event?

BRIXPO is organised by Members of the Southern Bricks Lego User Group SA Inc.

Learn more about Southern Bricks LUG here and visit our website.

 

I have a query – who can help?

Fill in the contact form and the BRIXPO 2021 Event Committee from Southern Bricks LEGO® User Group will respond as soon as we can. Or you can contact us via our Facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/brixposouthaustralia