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LEGO forest built in the Aussie Outback

This is the life-sized LEGO forest built in the Australian Outback to celebrate 50 years of the iconic brick Down Under.
The 15 pine trees, which are all 4m high, and 15 flower sets are scaled-up versions of standard LEGO pieces.
They are 66 times bigger than their normal LEGO counterparts.
The forest has now been setup at a nature reserve in Broken Hill, more than 700 miles west of Sydney.
The LEGO forest will remain there from July 2 to July 12.
It is part of LEGO’s Festival of Play celebrations to mark a half-century of the Lego brick in Australia.
Broken Hill is where the first three Mad Max movies were made.


Pictured: LEGO forest built in the Aussie Outback.
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Picture by: LEGO/Splash


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