Imagination has free rein and time is the only limit as Dubbo’s young builders take up the Great Lego Building Challenge.
Thousands of blocks of Lego are available giving virtually endless possibilities for their designs.
The second day of five days of heats was keenly contested in two different age categories.
Smiles alternated with looks of concentration as eight- to fourteen-year-olds gave it their best on Tuesday.
Family and other spectators gathered around the activity, brought to Orana Mall by Northcoast Productions.
At the end of the 20 minutes, Northcoast Productions manager Simon Griffiths revealed who had taken out the heat.
Aiden Crump, 10, won with his dragon breathing fire.
The Dubbo boy and his brother build with Lego “all the time”.
Zamael Berger of Narromine designed a walking track and gained second place in the heat.
Finalists will compete on Saturday, vying for a share in $800 worth of Lego prize packs.