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3, 2, 1 – LIFT OFF! Rocket into outer space and embark on a galactic school holiday adventure at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Melbourne. We have FOUR Family Passes For LEGOLAND Discovery Centre to give away.

Each family pass is inclusive of two adults and two children and is valued at $130 (note: adult entry is only permitted when accompanied by a child, and vice versa!).

To start the expedition, aspiring astronauts must first look the part! Collect a space mask upon entry before venturing off on a scavenger hunt in MINILAND Melbourne to help a fellow space cadet find the missing pieces of his spaceship.

LEGO lovers can then build their very own LEGO spaceship in a creative workshop before defying gravity by learning how to fly on the popular Merlin’s Apprentice ride! The mission will then continue in a place out of this world – the Space Training Centre – where cosmic travellers will be tested on their knowledge of the solar system’s planets.

All Space Mission activities will run at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre through until 17 April 2018.

These school holidays, take the family on an action-packed adventure at two of Melbourne’s family favourite attractions at an affordable price. Purchase a ‘Melbourne Big Ticket’ for only $45 per person, or $180 for a family pass (2 adults, 2 children), and receive entry to both Sea Life Melbourne and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Melbourne*
*Valid for single use within 90 days after purchase.

Please note this competition is open from 5 April to 10 April 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize. Travel to LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is at the winner’s expense.

Winners for this competition

  2. S. WottonVIC
  3. N. WalkerVIC
  4. M. GrahamVIC
  • He made a submarine that goes under the sea. (In his mind it was a submarine but I loved seeing his smile when he made it)

  • My 7yo son made a ‘force shield’ out of translucent LEGO around his spaceship. He assures me that he knows he can make a real one one day but he doesn’t have all the information yet. He needs more pieces before he can finish the puzzle in real life.

  • connecting them together!!!! shes only 2!

  • In 2015 we visited the Lego Christmas tree, Federation Square Melbourne. My kids the next day decided to make a star out of Lego to show there creativity. They were so proud of their masterpiece but unfortunately it was a bit heavy to sit on top of the Christmas tree.

  • MY eldest entered a competition once, he built a tsunami. A giant wave, people on the beach etc. I was very impressed at his imagination. He won of course.

  • The little ones in my life made an awesome hotel complete with a pool for their barbie and ken dolls who they renamed after my fiance and I! Yes I’m blonde!

  • A princess castle with a doggie door included

  • The Black Pearl…… she loves all things Pirates of the Caribbean and bought this at Legoland with her own savings

  • Lego city with trees, flowers, buildings, cars and people

  • My son created a series of stop motion animation Lego short films which were very clever and funny! The whole family were amazed and entertained and we all waited in anticipation for each new episode!

  • My grandson’s proudest Lego creation is a multi story building or so he tells all of us he is only 3years old but loves to build or buld as he calls it and Lego are his favourite blocks.

  • My grandson Thomas 3, created a garage with many storage compartments to house his monster trucks. He persevered until he had each room the correct size to fit the trucks in. Quite proud of him considering his age and having the patience and knowledge to work it out.

  • A creation of her own, a minecraft extravaganza, the time, effort, thought and creativity that went into this creation was extraordinary.

  • My children love to create lego cities, including bridges and buildings. they need to be as tall as possible for when they fall over and break everywhere.

  • Putting together the Lego Simpson’s house! He was able to put the garage together when his Dad struggled to do it!

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