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Brickman Awesome

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Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught is bringing his interactive LEGO® exhibition, Brickman Awesome to Hobart.

Built from more than 450,000 bricks and standing a towering 7.5 metres tall, a replica NASA SLS rocket is the centrepiece attraction of Brickman Awesome and is just one of 37 awe-inspiring creations set to amaze children and adults these Easter school holidays.

A cutaway replica showing the inner workings of Australia’s new icebreaker, the RSV Nuyina—which will become a familiar sight in Hobart when it replaces the Aurora Australis in 2020—will also be on display.

The diverse array of models on show at Brickman Awesome offers something for everyone, including the only life-sized LEGO® Harley Davidson ever made, and the largest ever LEGO® Caterpillar 797 dump truck.

Visitors to Brickman Awesome will be forgiven for thinking they have stepped inside a zoo, as they find themselves surrounded by a LEGO® kangaroo, koala, giant orca whale and even a full-sized LEGO® Australian saltwater crocodile, weighing over 60kgs and built using more than 40,000 LEGO® bricks

Brickman Awesome marks McNaught’s third exhibition made entirely of LEGO® bricks and has been a smash-hit across other Australian cities and now it’s Tasmania’s turn! The 37 models are made from more than two million LEGO® bricks, taking over 5,000 hours of build.

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