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THE EASTER EGGVENTURE – A CRACKING SUCCESS

Outdoor adventures were put on hold over Easter, with a trip to the shops the longest journey any of us were allowed to take. But that didn’t mean we couldn’t have some indoor fun to help pass the time and make it a memorable Easter for all the right reasons.

We put the challenge out to Australia to create a Land Rover Eggventure vehicle, using egg cartons, ice cream containers, cardboard, toilet rolls - whatever they could find to craft a vehicle that was capable of housing its egg passengers. Tapping into the car-designing ingenuity Land Rover is famous for, entrants were competing to win a coveted Land Rover Lego Defender.

The response was overwhelming, with families working together to have a crack and produce some truly original and, yes, eggcellent results. Even Land Rover Ambassadors Sally Fitzgibbons and James Viles, along with the Wallabies and the Brumbies, couldn’t resist joining in the fun.

Take a look at a few of our favourites below. There are some seriously eggceptional designs, including a Defender with room for a guinea pig, which although not strictly an egg, is impressive nonetheless!

AND THE WINNERS ARE…

This was not an easy competition to judge, so a big congratulations to Janine.W and Dot, Pepper and Joel.P, whose inventive designs had an edge over the competition. You are both now the proud owners of a Land Rover Lego Defender.

Keep an eye out for future competitions, with more chances to win some Land Rover Lego. In the meantime, why not explore the car that inspired all this incredible creativity.

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