The centre is a minimum-security location where female prisoners and their children stay in a community-style setting recognising the diverse needs of women in prison. Boronia prepares women for re-entry into the community by offering meaningful rehabilitation activities and work placements. These are designed to address the unique needs of women prisoners and provide them with practical skills.
Visitors may be searched
Visitors may be searched when they enter prison grounds. Tough new penalties for trafficking contraband to apply from 27 June 2020.
This includes the use of drug detection dogs which are used to detect prohibited items and substances. Searches include visitors' cars in the prison car park.
Handheld devices such as metal detectors will be used to ensure that visitors are not attempting to smuggle contraband inside the prison.
The Superintendent is authorised to examine any article in the visitor’s possession, including items of clothing. Where items of clothing are required to be removed for examination, prison officers of the same sex as the visitor will perform the search, or where the visitor is a child it will be a female officer.
How to book a visitShow more
Bookings can be made by phone.
To make a booking call 9212 3600 before Thursday 8.00 pm.
Special visits will be considered outside these hours in exceptional circumstances.
Please advise staff if you’re a new visitor when making a booking. New visitors will be required to complete a Visitor Identification Form (DOCX), produce 100 points of ID and have their photograph taken to become a registered social visitor.
E-Visitors not attending the prison in person (due to living in a remote community, interstate or overseas) will be required to have section 1 of the Visitor Identification Form witnessed by a person authorised under Oaths, Affidavits and Statutory Declarations Act 2005 and emailed to the prison prior to their E-Visit booking. Visitors are to ensure they have their 100 points of ID ready prior to the commencement of the E-Visit.
Registered visitors are not required to bring ID into the prison, however visitors should have photo ID readily available (ie in their locker) as they may be asked at any time to produce it.
Visiting hoursShow more
Weekends and public holidays (excluding Christmas and Good Friday):
- 9.30 am to 11.30 am
- 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm
The visiting centre is at the front desk.
Visiting with childrenShow more
Children are welcome to visit the prison. Children under the age of 18 years need to be supervised by an adult at all times.
To book a visit with children please inform the Visits Booking Officer when you book the visit.
A naturescape playground and toys are available for children to use during visits.
Visitor Code of Conduct and Dress StandardsShow more
Getting thereShow more
Visitors can catch buses 96, 72, 75, 33 or 34 from Perth Esplanade Bus Port. The bus stops right outside the prison.
Visitors can also catch the Mandurah Line train to Canning Bridge Station and then bus 100 or 998.
Visit Transperth for more public transport options.
It is roughly 15 minutes drive from the Perth CBD, parking is available for visitors.
Sending money to residents of BoroniaShow more
Money can be transferred to a Boronia resident once you are a registered visitor via:
- money order
- online payment.
Alternatively the Cashier’s Office accepts EFTPOS and cash from Monday to Friday during the hours of 9.00 am to 1.00 pm and 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm.
The Cashier’s Office does not carry change.
Cash deposits are now accepted on weekends.
You can send a money order or cheque to:
Resident's full name
Boronia Pre-release Centre for Women
14-16 Hayman Road
BENTLEY WA 6102
Official visitorsShow more
Some Official Visitors are different from social visitors and may require the permission from the Minister for Corrective Services.
For official visits, email AC-WCPF-BOR-OfficialVisits@justice.wa.gov.au
Official visits will be accommodated on needs basis.
Official Visits are available Monday to Friday during the following hours:
- 8.00am to 4.00pm
- in exceptional circumstances.