LEGO® Star Wars: The Exhibition to premiere in 2025

LEGO Star Wars The Exhibition Ryan McNaughtPrepare to embark on an ‘intergalactbrick’ adventure like no other with the announcement that LEGO® Star Wars: The Exhibition will make its exclusive global debut Down Under in 2025.

Created by the renowned Brickman himself, Ryan McNaught, the world-first exhibit will be an exciting showcase of creativity and fandom, promising an immersive journey through the beloved Star Wars galaxy. However, this time it’ll be made up of over 8 million LEGO® bricks.

But LEGO® Star Wars: The Exhibition isn’t just a display of epic brick proportions; it’ll be an immersive experience that promises to transport visitors deeper into the Star Wars saga with each encounter.

Drawing inspiration from the beloved blockbuster films, the exhibition will serve as a tribute to the iconic franchise, utilising LEGO® bricks in builds and models that will feature techniques never before displayed in the world.

With over 25,000 hours of LEGO building required to bring the exhibition to life – when it opens in Australia – LEGO® Star Wars: The Exhibition, will boast the largest collection of life-sized LEGO® Star Wars models ever created, promising an almost encyclopedic view of the beloved universe we all know and love.

As a taste of what Australian Star Wars fans can expect to see next year, Brickman unveiled the first two LEGO® builds that will make up part of the exhibition, revealing battle scenes between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader as well as a duel between Qui-Gon Jinn and Darth Maul.

Lucky Victorians will be the first in the world to see the two builds from the 2025 exhibition on display at Westfield Doncaster from 1 – 6 May 2024 in the Centre Court outside MYER.

And for Sydneysiders, Emperor Palpatine’s Throne, flanked by two Royal Guards, which will also feature in the LEGO® Star Wars Exhibition when it opens next year, will be on display at the world’s largest LEGO® Store in Sydney Arcade for the rest of May – as part of the celebration around 25 years of LEGO® Star Wars.

“Building real people and characters is one of the hardest things you can possibly make out of LEGO bricks. Each model not only has to represent who it is in incredible detail, but also needs to capture the moment, the emotion, the struggle, the tension,” said Ryan McNaught.

“Translating those epic scenes, iconic characters and spacecraft from Star Wars into little bricks is really hard and that’s why they are rarely done, and even more so on this scale. Nobody has ever recreated these fight scenes at this scale out of LEGO before – and I’m excited to be able to help premiere this in Australia for the first time in 2025,” he added.

“The Star Wars galaxy has captivated hearts across generations, and we’re proud to continue to celebrate its rich legacy by bringing this world-first immersive LEGO Star Wars experience to fans in Australia,” said Tim Everett, The Walt Disney Company Australia & New Zealand, Vice President and General Manager of Consumer Products.

Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught is one of the world’s leading LEGO® brick artists and the only LEGO Certified Professional (LCP) in the southern hemisphere. Ryan is the judge and LEGO expert on Australia’s award-winning TV show, LEGO Masters Australia, now showing its 6th season – Australia vs The World.

Ryan and his highly skilled team have built some of the largest and most detailed LEGO brick models in the world. With an incredible portfolio of work, globally touring exhibitions and hundreds of models in museums, galleries, LEGO Stores and shopping locations worldwide; there really isn’t anything the team can’t make out of LEGO bricks.

Brace yourself as the Force awakens with this unparalleled journey through the Star Wars galaxy, meticulously crafted in a way never-before imagined. Don’t miss your chance to join this epic journey through a galaxy far, far away.

For more information about LEGO® Star Wars: The Exhibition and be among the first to secure your ticket when it opens next year, visit: for details.

Image: Ryan McNaught with Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader at the launch of LEGO® Star Wars: The Exhibition (supplied)