Forget about Mayfair and Park Lane, Monopoly enthusiasts can now snap up Aussie locales such as Broken Hill and Batemans Bay.
The Community Relief version of the board game, released on Wednesday, highlights areas that have fallen on tough times in recent years.
"We wanted to provide Australians with something positive in the challenging year that is 2020," said Charlotte Waalkens from Winning Moves Australia, the game's maker.
"The communities chosen have all gone through a tough time for one reason or another, as everyone has.
"We thought they deserved something special to remind everyone how incredible they are."
The game is also available in puzzle form, with $5 and $2 from respective sales going to the Red Cross to help people in need.
"Broken Hill basically has been in drought since the early 2000s. People will remember the great dust storms coming through our town," said Darriea Turley, mayor of the far west NSW town.
"So we've not only had a pandemic, we're in drought. For all of us (it's about) getting a bit of hope. To be on a Monopoly board is fantastic."
Each state and territory is represented on the board, while community chest and chance cards have a unique Australian twist.
"Choosing which locations to put on the board was unbelievably difficult," Ms Waalkens said.
"We wanted to showcase places above and beyond the usual cities or hotspots."
AUSSIE LOCATIONS ON THE COMMUNITY MONOPOLY BOARD:
* NSW: Batemans Bay, Broken Hill, Blue Mountains
* Qld: Bundaberg, Noosa, Winton
* Vic: Mildura, Gippsland
* SA: Coober Pedy, Mount Gambier, Port Augusta
* WA: Kalgoorlie, Busselton, Karratha
* NT: Katherine, Tennant Creek, Palmerston
* Tas: Port Arthur, Devonport, Strahan
* ACT: Belconnen, Queanbeyan
Australian Associated Press
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