Board game has a monolopy on Perth

Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt at the launch of the Perth edition of Monopoly. Picture: Martin Kennealey d408932
Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt at the launch of the Perth edition of Monopoly. Picture: Martin Kennealey d408932

According to the Perth Monopoly edition released last week, the two most expensive properties (at 400 and 350 Monopoly dollars respectively) are Kings Park and Fremantle Markets.

The two sites were chosen as the most prestigious of the 22 Perth icons selected to be added to the board.

The cheapest brown properties, usually reserved for Old Kent Road and Whitechapel Road, were the unlucky Council House and Perth Town Hall.

Other Perth city sites to get on the board were Enex 100, Scitech, Carillon City, the Swan River, Bell Tower, The WACA and Perth Arena.

The game will be available in toy stores from November 1.

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