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Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race game [cartographic material] : for 2 or more players
Bib ID 4497965
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Quality Games Pty. Ltd
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale not given (E144°58'--E 151°00'/S 33°52'--S 43°31') 
Description [Australia] : Quality Games Pty. Ltd., [196-?] 
1 map: col.; 49 x 28 cm. 
Notes

A simple roll and move game (using a six-sided die), along path of 100 spaces representing the course of a yacht in the famous Sydney to Hobart yacht race (raced annually, starting on Boxing Day, since 1945) down the east coast of Australia. Along the route, red spaces incur penalties (missed turns or backward moves) and green spaces give bonuses (extra turns and forward moves).

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-233983895

Subjects Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race -- Maps.  |  Yacht racing -- Australia -- Maps.  |  Board games -- Australia.
Time Coverage 1960-1969 

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