Karratha features on popular game board

Caitlyn WattsPilbara News
Picture - Justin Benson-Cooper / The West Australian
Camera IconPicture - Justin Benson-Cooper / The West Australian Credit: Justin Benson-Cooper/The West Australian, Justin Benson-Cooper

Karratha has landed itself a spot on one of the world’s most iconic family board games.

The limited edition Australian Community Relief Monopoly game board launched today, featuring 22 regional Australian communities that have experienced a challenging 2020 in one way or another including bushfires, floods and COVID-19.

Karratha is one of three Western Australian towns featured on the board, joining Kalgoorlie and Busselton.

The initiative is set to donate $5 from each game and $2 from each puzzle to the Red Cross to help assist those in need across local Australian communities.

The game is available at retailers nationwide.

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