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The world's biggest Lego store is opening in Sydney

Truly, the biggest on Earth

Maya Skidmore
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Maya Skidmore

Lego lords, rejoice. The world’s biggest ever Lego store (truly, the largest on Earth) is opening in Sydney on November 11, and this is obviously a very huge deal. 

A 900 square metre landmark store will be arriving in at 400 George Street, Sydney, and we’ve been told that this brick haven is going to be pretty bloody good. 

Sydney’s very own Lego paradise will be chock-a-block with immersive experiences, interactive displays and a whole lot of brand-new experiences that haven’t yet been seen anywhere else on the planet. The store will be full of large format bricks, towering fixtures and a whole lot of local Sydney and Australiana vibes, marking this Lego world as one that is distinctly Down Under. There’ll also be giant 3D models built by Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, the only Lego Certified Professional in the Southern Hemisphere – so, you know it’s going to be quality. 

Lego figure with koalas
Supplied: Lego Sydney

Sydneysiders can expect to build a tiny Lego version of themselves at Australia’s first Lego Minifigure Factory, get hands on at an enormous Pick and Build wall, and play up a storm at a huge (and free) on-site Lego wall and play area. Plus, a legion of ‘Brick Specialists’ will be on the ground every day, ready to help you discover your dream Lego set. 

We've had word that this wonderland will be opening on November 11. Just in time for Chrissy shopping.


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