Brickman exhibitions are kicking off across the country

Brickman Ryan McNaught and his team of builders have been hard at work on a new exhibition launching in Melbourne, while past displays are returning to Sydney and the Gold Coast.

Here are the details…

Jurassic World by Brickman – Melbourne


The major new exhibition from Ryan and his team sees millions of bricks used to recreate the world of Jurassic World. From the iconic entry gate to iconic dinosaurs like the T-Rex this event is a must see for LEGO and Dinosaur fans.

The event runs from 1st April – 31st May at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. For more information and to book your tickets head to

No dates have been confirmed but I assume this will come to other cities, pending any border closures etc.

Brickman LEGO Cities – Sydney Tower Eye


As part of the 40th anniversary celebrations the Sydney Tower Eye will be hosting the LEGO Cities exhibition. This display features over 30 builds including eight massive never-before-seen-in-Sydney LEGO® brick skyscrapers. The Sydney Tower Eye Ticket also features: LEGO® 4D Movies, Emmet Meet & Greet Sessions, LEGO® Make & Take Experience, and more interactive experiences in front of the best views of Sydney!

This event runs from 26th March – 11th July. You can find out more information and get your tickets here

Brickman Wonders of the World – Dreamworld


If you are heading to Dreamworld these school holidays you will be able to take in the historical Brickman Wonders of the World display. This exhibition includes over 45 large scale displays.

This event runs from 27th March – 18th April. Entry is included with your Dreamworld ticket (unlike the LEGO store you’ll need to go in to the park to access this exhibition). More information can be found here

2 thoughts on “Brickman exhibitions are kicking off across the country

  1. Scott Reply

    My family were unfortunate enough to visit the cities exhibition at Moore Park a few years ago, which was an abysmal let down after the first few amazing brickman exhibits that made it up the Hume. Even with the update to add in a few skyscrapers I cannot recommend wasting your time and money to see the Cities exhibit. Wonders of the world was spectacular and the Jurassic Park looks to be a return to form.

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