Australia 2017 -


The ultimate game of strategy and chance is back with a limited edition board as voted by the public.

Monopoly Australia gives Australia’s best-loved board game a fresh twist with the nation’s favourite destinations up for grabs.

The Community Chest and Chance Cards have been customised, offering players the chance to sell their State-of-Origin tickets or sell their lamingtons at the school fete.

There is an Australian flavour to the player tokens, which include a meat pie, a barbecue, a cricket bat, a kookaburra and a kangaroo.

The train stations featured on the original board game have been replaced by the airports of Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne.

With dark blue the most sought-after properties and brown the most affordable, here's how Australians voted across the board.


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Australia - Year: 2017 - Code: C1816



Light Blue:






Dark Blue:




Community Chest / Chance:

Alice Springs; Darwin

Hobart; Freycinet National Park; Stanley

Esperance; Broome; Margaret River

Great Ocean Road, Melbourne; Phillip Island

Questacon; Australian War Memorial; Canberra

Barossa Valley; Kangaroo Island; Port Lincoln

Whitsundays; Gold Coast; Tropical North Qld

Sydney Harbour; Orange

Perth Airport; Brisbane Airport; Melbourne Airport; Sydney Airport

Electric Company; Water Works

Income Tax; Super Tax

Community Chest; Chance

Who says you shouldn’t mix wine with water? This iconic west coast wine region a day's drive from Perth offers award-winning vino alongside world-class surf breaks. Set on the edge of a harbour bigger than Sydney's, this tropical city balances a sophisticated urban sensibility with a laidback lifestyle steeped in fascinating history.

White beaches, crystal clear waters and a burst of vibrant wildflowers will bring out the nature lover in everyone. The ultimate get-away-from-it-all holiday. Home to Australia's pearl diving industry, the 'pearl of the north' has a history and melting pot culture just as rich as the gems harvested from the seabed. Who says you shouldn’t mix wine with water? This iconic west coast wine region a day's drive from Perth offers award-winning vino alongside world-class surf breaks.

This celebrated coastal drive takes in everything from iconic surf breaks to misty waterfalls, with plenty of culture, food and wine to nourish body and soul. Australia’s coolest city serves up a wonderfully eclectic palette of funky bars, first-class shopping, edgy eateries and a smorgasbord of sports, music and arts. Just 90 minutes from Melbourne, catch fairy penguins going about their business, swim at a secluded beach or thrill to elite motorcyclists racing for Grand Prix glory. The only place in Australia where you can free-fall down a six metre slide, feel an earthquake and challenge a robot to air hockey. Hands-on, scientific fun for all.

Awarded Trip Advisor's Traveller's Choice for Number 1 landmark in Australia and the South Pacific in 2016 for its world-class museum, shrine and extensive archive. Home to Australia's federal parliament, Canberra is throwing off its dowdy vibe and gaining a reputation for stylish restaurants, vibrant culture and cool kids' activities. First settled by Germans and loved by the world for its big, bold reds and longlived Riesling, The Barossa is the ultimate foodie's playground. An island of indulgences minutes from the mainland, with rugged natural beauty, wonderful wildlife and mouthwatering food - not to mention Australia's lushest dairy delights.

Love adrenalin? Port Lincoln's Shark Diving tours lets you get up close to one of the most fearsome predators in the world, the Great White Shark. Paradise exists in this archipelago of tropical islands. Home to one of the world's best beaches, Whitehaven – a 7km stretch of pure-white silica to sink your toes into. From glitzy Surfer's Paradise to laidback South Stradbroke Island, the Gold Coast is justly famous for its beaches, theme parks, shopping, nightlife and glorious hinterland. The steamy tropical north is packed with plenty of bucket list material. Dive into the Great Barrier Reef one day. Zipline through the Daintree Rainforest the next.

Catch a sunrise over the Heads. Swim at a hidden beach. The world's most famous natural harbour and the first thing a homesick Sydneysider longs to see. The birthplace of Banjo Patterson, this charming country district about 260km west of Sydney serves up distinctly local delights, from fine wines to delicious produce.