The ‘World’s Largest Monopoly Game’ is Coming to Melbourne in 2023
It’s about to kick off! Melbourne Central is shaking up the gameboard in 2023, and it’s not just with another hipster coffee shop. Brace yourselves for the world’s largest MONOPOLY DREAMS theme park! Spanning a whopping 1,700 square metres, it’s set to make you forget that GoPro drone you’ve been saving up for.
Remember how cool it was when the first MONOPOLY DREAMS landed in Hong Kong’s The Peak Galleria in 2019? Well, this Melbourne beast is doubling down, aiming to be twice the size and twice as fun as its predecessor. So, it’s definitely not just another ‘been there, done that’ gaming experience.
This park is no ordinary roll of the dice. It’s not just about wheeling and dealing in a life-sized Monopoly board. Instead, you’ll be stepping into Mr Monopoly’s swanky mansion, getting a peek into how the other half lives. Imagine checking out his private gallery and helping him test the security of his high-tech vault.
Beyond the mansion, you can mosey on down to Monopoly City, or snap a mugshot in the jail – a great new profile pic, perhaps? If that’s not your style, make it rain at the Bank or fix some pipes at the Water Works. And let’s not forget the Electric Company. You’re going to earn so much Monopoly Money you’ll feel like the Wolf of Wall Street or the Master of Mayfair.
And don’t just take our word for it. Grab your special 3D glasses and buckle into the park’s state-of-the-art 4DX cinema for a whirlwind tour of Melbourne’s iconic locations with the top-hat tycoon himself and his trusty sidekick, Scottie. This is no standard movie night, lads. With seats that pitch, roll, and heave and effects like water, wind, and scent, you’ll feel like you’re right in the thick of it.
Before you dash, don’t forget to grab a bite at the café and pop into the retail store for some exclusive Monopoly loot. They’ve even got party rooms for your next epic night out.
Bottom line, this new MONOPOLY DREAMS in Melbourne, backed by the City of Melbourne, is sure to level up the city’s entertainment scene. While the Hong Kong spot set the bar high, this larger, more ambitious sibling might just be the game-changer we’ve all been waiting for. Let’s see if it can roll a double six when the doors swing open in 2023.