THE inventor of Mosman Monopoly knew he was on a hiding to nothing: how to avoid neighbourhood jealousies when structuring a property ladder for one of Australia’s richest postcodes?
It all became "a bit political" for the committee allocating the board squares, said Mark Alderson. Whose street goes in and whose misses out?
To avoid that conflict, they settled on landmarks, areas, beaches and bays.
Icons moved around the board by players include a whale (Mosman’s symbol), the Bradleys Head cannon, Balmoral rotunda, a Mosman ferry and a zoo elephant. Players will be able to develop their properties by adding houses and “"McMansions".
All proceeds went to named Rotary humanitarian projects.