Hobartians have received their very own MONOPOLY board which showcases some of Hobart’s best locations along with the Hit100.9 Community Chest.

Hobart’s Hit100.9 has joined the board alongside key local spots including the Royal Tasmania Botanical Gardens, Franklin Square and Sullivans Cove Marina, where players are able to work their way around the board, celebrating and honouring one of Australia’s greatest cities.

Helping to launch Hobart’s very own MONOPOLY board today, Hit100.9’s Breakfast show announcer, Nath Roye, said: “My favourite thing about being a part of the Hobart MONOPOLY launch was that the giant board was pegged to the ground, so I couldn’t have a tantrum and flip it when I lost!

“Also there was no bank which meant Jimmy couldn’t cheat…”

“MONOPOLY? More like More-Fun-For-Hobartopoly,” said co-host Jimmy Smith.

Head of Custom Games at Winning Moves, Marc Dragicevic, said: “The best part about doing these things is the response and it’s been overwhelmingly good. It’s what we want to see – the passion from the people, and the locals have definitely got behind it.”


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The Hit Network is Australia’s biggest radio network broadcasting across metro and regional markets with a unique collection of 50 FM and DAB+ stations. The Hit Network targets people aged 30 – 54, skews female and features a mood focused, ‘feel great’ pop music format alongside the most entertaining local breakfast and national drive shows. Home to popular personalities including Fifi Box, Ed Kavalee, Abby Coleman, Matty Acton, Stav Davidson, Dave Hughes, Brendan Fevola, Nick Cody, Carrie Bickmore, Tommy Little, Erin Molan, Rebecca Morse, Andrew ‘Cosi’ Costello, Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann, Pete Curulli, Matt Dyktynski, Kymba Cahill, Bianca Dye and many more, the Hit Network entertains over 4.8 million Aussie radio listeners across B105, 2Day,The Fox, SAFM, MIX, Sea FM, 41 Hit stations plus DAB+ stations including Old Skool 90s Hits, Buddha Hits, Easy 80s Hits, Urban Hits and Dance Hits. And now, all Hit Network's content is also available live or on demand on the new LiSTNR app.