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BrickResales is Brisbane’s best kept LEGO secret.

After running their business as a successful pop-up for many years Judy and Greg took the plunge late 2020 into a bricks and mortar showroom. You could say they haven’t looked back.

BrickResales | Weekend Notes

In the heart of Coopers Plains lies a vibrant hub of creativity, imagination, and community spirit – BrickResales. As Australia’s largest Pre-Loved LEGO recycling specialists, BrickResales isn't just a place to buy and sell LEGO bricks; it's a haven for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds.

Best LEGO Experiences in Brisbane

From a LEGO cafe to a massive preloved LEGO warehouse and kids workshops, where to find LEGO in Brisbane...

11 Super Fun Events And Activities For Kids In Brisbane And Beyond These School Holidays

There are plenty of family-friendly activities and events to discover with little ones around Brisbane – and some won’t cost you a cent.

Quirky things to do in Brisbane

Thank you to Brisbane City Council for including us in this list. We're certainly in great company! They wrote...

"Looking for something different to do this weekend? Download the #BrisbaneApp and check out a whole range of quirky things to do. From playing with rescue cats to grabbing a second-hand bargain, you’re sure to find something new to do."

📍 Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium
📍 @luckycat_cafe
📍 Brisbane Greeters Tours
📍 @brickresales
📍 @corgi_garden_brisbane
📍 Treasure Troves, Geebung and Acacia Ridge

Brisbane's Unique and Quirky Shops

If you're on the lookout for the most unique and quirky shops in Brisbane - this list has got you covered. From vinyls to Harry Potter, archival books and nuts, check out this list.

University of the Sunshine Coasts Innovation Centre

LEGO Love Thriving at event

If there's one thing LEGO fans are good at, it's connecting. But it still came as a shock when almost 1000 AFOLS turned out at the Coast's first BrickResales event at the University of the Sunshine Coast's Innovation Centre on Saturday. 

Getting a piece of the action

There was some serious needle-in-hay-stack hunting going on yesterday at a LEGO sales and show event, which continues today. A smorgasbord of LEGO parts and sculptures was laid out in the Carinya school hall. Some enthusiasts turned up looking for bits that had gone up the vacuum cleaner over the years. Other diehard builders were starting from scratch, with 2000-plus pieces to find.  

Tamworth LEGO show
LEGO Minifigure heads

LEGO Lovers Converge on Tamworth

Australia's only massive scale pick-a-brick LEGO event and exhibition is coming to Tamworth on July 10 & 11 from 9am to 3pm to certain kids from the school holidays. 

LEGO lovers' treasure hunt

LEGO lovers - and isn't that everyone except barefooted parents in their child's messy room? - get set for the treasure hunting time of your life.  

A sales and exhibition event is coming to Tamworth this week, promising more than 600kg of preloved parts, sets and minifigures to pick over and take home. 


LEGO in Education

LEGO takes pride of place in most Queensland kids' toy collections, and now it's taking pride of place in their classrooms as well. 

Once upon a time playing with LEGO was strictly an after-school activity. These days, however, more and more schools are realising the value of the beloved bricks in education - it turns out, they're worth their weight in gold.

BRICKRESALES - Coopers Plains

BrickResales is a massive showroom open to the public that buys and resells quality, pre-loved LEGO for a fraction of the cost of brand new LEGO. 

The owners of Brisbane's first second-hand LEGO store, Judy and Greg, were regulars at local LEGO events like the popular BrisBricks, where thousands of LEGO fanatics would line-up for the chance to dig through tonnes of LEGO to find the right parts for their collections.

BrickResales Showroom
LEGO Masters series 3 winners David and Gus posing with their build.

How to earn money with your LEGO collection - that’s awesome!

Building with LEGO has been a favourite pastime for kids pretty much since the time the plastic bricks were invented. Many adults are enthusiasts too – known as AFOLs or Adult Fans of LEGO – and it can be an expensive hobby. But, did you know there are ways your collection could help fund your hobby, or even earn you some extra cash?