Little Lego men and women were the stars of Minecraft and a chess game, and even on top of the Hume Dam, in Lavington over the weekend.
Albury Wodonga Lego User Group hosted its third annual Murray River Bricks event, featuring extremely detailed Lego designs from across the country.
Group secretary Lynda Gardiner brought a local touch with the first stage of her Lego Hume Dam, complete with 10 of the 29 gates and plenty of “water” below.
Grant Dakos put his interpretation on the worlds of Minecraft in his design, which represented how characters would live in the words, not necessarily how gamers would play.
Narelle and Andrew Robinson’s Ninjago chess set was another popular attraction, made up of about 10 different Lego sets.
Treasurer Amanda Dakos said the displays, free play area and Lego for sale all proved very popular.
“The kids’ faces were lighting up as they ran in the door,” she said.