Following sell-out seasons in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia’s largest LEGO exhibition made entirely from LEGO bricks is heading to Brisbane for 13 days only.

Brick Man Experience — The Complete Collection by Ryan McNaught will be on display at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 10-22 December.

Sixty original works will be featured, along with the behind-the-scenes stories behind each of them, including original drawings and sketches. Incredibly, over five million LEGO bricks make up the exhibition, which includes Ryan’s biggest ever Star Wars LEGO build, a QANTAS A380, a quarter scale LEGO Ferrari, and the world’s largest LEGO flower.

Ryan is the only LEGO Certified Professional in the Southern Hemisphere (and one of only 12 in the world), earning him the nickname ‘The Brick Man’. At the exhibition, works from other LEGO Certified Professionals from around the world will also be displayed, based around a ‘Transport’ theme.

“I am really excited that the Brick Man Experience is heading to Brisbane this summer holidays,” Ryan says.

“All of my works will be displayed together in one place for people to enjoy – but they won’t be on display for long! The good people of Brisbane will only have 13 days to visit the exhibition – it is the last chance to see these works on show in Australia so it really is an unmissable event for all the family to enjoy!

“We were blown away by the response to the exhibition both in Melbourne and Sydney – kids, parents, grandparents, everyone, just loved it! I’m looking forward to sharing my creations with LEGO fans in Brisbane and meeting all the budding brickies out there!

“I’ve also got a few exciting things for the kids (and big kids!) to participate in, so everyone can enjoy creating brick masterpieces as well as enjoying the exhibition. It’s going to be heaps of fun!”

Exhibition sessions will run every half hour between 10am and 4pm daily at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 10-22 December. Booking is advisable. Early bird tickets are available at

UPDATE: We’re giving away five family passes to the Brick Man Experienceclick here for your chance to win!

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