LEGO Postcards 2023 Sets Officially Revealed

LEGO Postcards 2023

Yep, these are not your usual postcards. LEGO.com has officially revealed as part of its 1HY 2023 offering another couple of builds that are truly Instagram-worthy – and yes, they are actually brick-built. Our next wave of LEGO Postcards 2023 sets has been revealed, with two new sets that let you bring home a slice of life from the land down under, and the grandeur of Big Ben and other famous London landmarks in mini-scale formats.

After its successful debut last year with Beijing, New York, and Paris given the LEGO Postcard treatment, LEGO has now revealed that two fine locations will be added to the roster in 2023. The reveal of the LEGO Postcard London is not really new to be exact since it was already announced back in August. However, LEGO opted to push its release date further back to be a part of its 1HY 2023 line-up. And this time around, it will be joined by another perfect mini-scale, brick-built rendition of the Australian outback.

Check out these LEGO Postcards 2023 official images and while you’re at it, you can add them to your LEGO wishlists through their respective affiliate links below.

LEGO Australia Postcard (40651)

191 pieces | $14.99

Bring the unique sights of the Australian outback to life with this impressive 3D buildable Australia Postcard (40651). This brilliant gift features some of the outback’s most famous sights, including a shed, windmill, eucalyptus tree, desert flowers, and a cockatoo. LEGO® fans can also add a decorative plaque with ‘Australia’ written on it, and a kangaroo road sign.

LEGO Postcards 2023

 

LEGO London Postcard (40569)

277 pieces | $14.99

Celebrate one of the world’s greatest cities with this fantastic 3D buildable London Postcard (40569). This supercool gift features some of the British capital’s most famous sights: Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, the London Eye, and a red double-decker bus. Kids can also decorate the postcard with a Union Jack flag and the city’s name.

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