Central Queensland

Learn Engineering & Robotics with LEGO®!

Young Engineers offers unique STEM programs where children have fun while learning critical skills for the digital age!

What is STEM?

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are becoming increasingly important due to technology pervading every aspect of our lives. A STEM education offers not just information but the ability to process that information correctly. STEM skills include:

✓ Theoretical concepts ✓ Practical application of theory
✓ Critical thinking
✓ Problem solving
✓ Data analysis
✓ Engineering
✓ Physics
✓ Coding

At Young Engineers:

✓ Students build and program motorised LEGO® models
✓ These models are working prototypes of real world machines
✓ Different levels of the program cater to a range of ages and abilities
✓ Children build everything from washing machines, power plants and helicopters to human and animal robots. All the machines move and work at the press of a button!

For the parents it’s an education, for the children it’s a game. What Young Engineers delivers is e² – Education with Entertainment.


For Pre-School, day care & Prep

Build K’nex models

For Primary Schools 

Build Lego(r) machines


For Primary Schools

Code & control Lego(r) robots

For Primary & Secondary Schools

Advanced Lego(r) engineering

For Primary & Secondary Schools

Advanced Lego(r) robotics


School Incursions
After-School Clubs
Holiday Camp
Birthday Parties

About Young Engineers

e² Young Engineers was established in 2008. Over the past few years, we have had over 150 franchisees in more than 45 countries joining our brand. Our programs are delivered through school incursions, after-school clubs, holiday camps and more! We proactively collaborate with universities, industry associations and other STEM providers to ensure our programs are relevant and leading-edge. 

We really believe that our young engineers can be the next generation of creators, innovators, and problem solvers. Our goal is to make a tangible difference to the children of today by giving them 21st century skills for a lifetime of success!

About the Franchisee

Welcome to Young Engineers CQ! My name is Pavle, and I am a computer engineer and learning scientist. I have been working for universities for nearly 2 decades, and in my career have taught at all levels from very small children to PhD candidates. Like many of my Young Engineers colleagues, I am here at least in part because of my young, curious and creative child. I started him with BRIO trains, and then LEGO. When we got a 3D printer, we started making parts that can combined those two sets and my research (as many Google searches do) brought me to Young Engineers which I remembered form my time working at Macquarie University.

Now living in Rockhampton, in Central Queensland, I was always on the lookout for activities to complement sports and arts for young children and given my background this was perfect. As a professional and as a parent, in I see in the Young Engineers program an efficient and affordable way of lifting scientific literacy and 21st century skills. Living in the regions, I am passionate about making sure our children get all the opportunities like their large city peers. In this program they will experience Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), while using creativity, developing problem solving, teamwork, leadership and having lots of fun.