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Quiet Time Lego Challenge

During the Quiet Time Lego Challenge, children are encouraged to build their own future development by becoming a junior urban planner and designing a new precinct! From streets, transport, trees, and buildings of different shapes and sizes, children are encouraged to be creative and respond to the challenge of how they would bring their very own city to life using only Lego. This activity will have a welcoming environment and support those who are highly sensitive to noise and light.

This event is recommended for all ages and bookings are required. You can make a booking by clicking on the date you wish to attend below.

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