Wayne Ross has been collecting Lego since the age of 12 - not as toys but as art.
His first piece was a Mars spaceship, which sits on the top shelf at his recently opened Lego room.
The collection is kept next to his wife Kelly's cake shop, on Arun St.
"I've been collecting it for years now and some of it is my kids'," he said.
Mr Ross has imported a number of series from Denmark.
Original Star Wars pieces sit perfectly pieced together in the room dedicated to Lego enthusiasts.
"Parents bring in the kids but the adults are probably more fascinated about it than the kids," he said.
Mr Ross welcomes people to knock on the door if they see the lights on.
"I want people to come and enjoy it," he said.
Mr Ross said Lego is not something he would ever sell or give away.
"You can't look at it as a toy. It is art, that's what I enjoy about it."
One of the most complex pieces Mr Ross owns is an early red dinosaur.
Next year he plans on having open days and teaming up with his wife to hold Lego parties, which could include Lego cakes and cupcakes.