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Trip North – Sydney – Lake Macquarie – Nelson Bay – Fingal Bay – Karuah – Port Macquarie – Gleniffer – Sawtell – Coffs Harbour – Yamba – Ballina – Byron Bay
Trip South – Tenterfield – Evans Head – Angourie – Tuncurry – Newcastle – Palm Beach – Bilgola Beach – Blue Mountains – Wollongong – Jervis Bay – Batemans Bay – Merimbula – Eden

Q & A with the world famous Lego Travellers



Who is behind the Lego travellers?
Our names are Lindsey Haggerty and Craig McCartney, we’re from Scotland and have been travelling in Australia since October 2013.  We arrived in Perth at the beginning of May and plan to stay a while longer.

LEGO PORTRAIT Lindsey Haggerty and Craig McCartney A.K.A LEGO TRAVELLERS

Where did you come up with the Lego travellers idea?

It began at the end of 2012 when Craig discovered his old Lego collection in his mum’s attic, while clearing it out.  He enjoyed playing with Lego as a child and had always wanted a Lego village, so at almost 30 years of age, Craig started to buy all the pieces he couldn’t afford as a child, and re-discovered his old love for Lego!  During this time, he was thinking of things to get me for my 30th birthday and he came across a little…

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By mid May we reached our destination, Perth! Very pleased to have accomplished such a journey – from one end of Australia to the other! Here are some highlights of our time in Perth when we first arrived.

South West Region

We drove round the South West corner of WA, through Yallingup and Busselton, towards the state capital of Perth!

Rainbow Coast

We drove up the south coast of WA, known as the Rainbow Coast (Albany, Denmark & Walpole), stopping at some well known sights!


At the end of April 2014, we reached Esperance, after our long journey across the Eyre Highway, and took the opportunity to relax for the day at Cape le Grand National Park

Nullarbor Plain

On the third day of our journey across the Nullarbor Plain, we crossed the border into Western Australia, stopping in Eucla and conquering the ’90 Mile Straight’ (Australia’s longest straight road) before continuing to Norseman.

Nullarbor Plain

Ceduna marked the start of our 1200 km trip across the Eyre Highway from SA to WA via the Nullarbor Plain – the world’s largest limestone landscape, which was once a part of the ocean floor!