MT HOTHAM will become even more fun for kids in the holidays with the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre coming on board to create a ‘bricktastic’ series of events.
The free activities will be open to children and parents throughout the July and September school holidays.
Children and parents young at heart will be able to participate in a number of free activities offered exclusively to visitors of Hotham.
There will be a family build challenge using LEGOLAND Discovery Centre brick tables as well as a story time event for toddlers every Tuesday of the holidays.
LEGOLAND’s own mascot, Bertie, will also join Hotham’s mascot, Harry the Snow Dragon for birthday celebrations on Wednesday July 4 from 4pm.
LEGOLAND general manager Dave Boyd said aligning themselves with an iconic winter destination like Mt Hotham created a fantastic opportunity to take their world of creativity from Melbourne to the snow.
Mt Hotham Skiing Company general manager Belinda Trembath was equally as excited.
“We’re absolutely delighted to partner with the first LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Australia,” she said.
“What better way to entertain our younger guests when they’re not on the ski slopes, than by immersing themselves in the inventiveness and fun that playing with lego brings.”
The series of events will all take place at the Big D kids’ hub with other provide popular options including exclusively themed colouring sheets and daily Crayola prize packs also available.
The school holidays run from June 30 to July 15 and September 22 to October 7.