Face-to-face social visits to prisons in the Perth and Peel regions and the Banksia Hill Detention Centre have resumed from Sunday, 14 February 2021. Bookings for all facilities are now open.
We thank you for your patience as we work to ensure all people in custody are given the opportunity to see their family, friends and support networks.
Greenough's focus is on prison industries and produces around 5000 meals and handles around 10,000 kilograms of laundry per week.
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
- All visits by appointment only and must be made 24 hours in advance.
- To make an appointment:
- phone 1800 680 807 (free call)
- between 9.00 am to 12.00 pm weekdays.
All visits are for one hour.
Visitors are required to produce identification upon arrival at the prison and may have their person or vehicle searched.
Visiting hoursShow more
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
- 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Wednesday - Remand only
- 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Weekends and Public Holidays
- 9.30 am to 10.30 am - Session 1
- 10.45 am to 11.45 am - Session 2
- 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm - Session 3
- 2.15 pm to 3.15 pm - Session 4
Visits to remand prisoners can take place on Wednesdays
Closed to visitors on Good Friday and Christmas Day
Visitors should plan to arrive at the prison at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled visit time for security screening.
When you arrive for your visit follow the driveway and parking will be on your left. An officer will meet you at the carpark.
Visiting with childrenShow more
Children are welcome to visit the prison provided those under the age of 18 years are supervised by a responsible adult at all times. Child visit restrictions may apply to some prisoners.
Getting thereShow more
Car parking is available.
The Prison is roughly 20 minutes drive from Geraldton and taxi services are available.
What to wear to visitShow more
When you come for your visit you will have to make sure you've dressed appropriately.
- No revealing clothing
- No see-through clothing
- No ripped or torn clothing
- No gang colours or offensive logos
- No tight-fitting clothing or lycra
- No steel-capped boots
- No hi-visibility clothing
- No headwear
- No smartwatches
- No swimwear
- No excessive jewellery
Visitors to prison must wear underwear and footwear.
Pants and skirts/dresses should be longer than mid-thigh.
Exemptions for legitimate cultural, religious or medical reasons or at the discretion of the Security Manager.
You will need to put your mobile phone, bags and personal items in a locker at your visit.
Sending money to prisonersShow more
You can transfer a prisoner money by:
Visit the cashier during your visit. The cashier is located a the main gate. The cashier accepts cash only and does not carry change.
The cashier is open
Monday to Friday
- 9.30 am - 11.30 am
- 3.45 pm - 4.00 pm
Saturday and Sunday
- 12.45 pm - 3.15 pm
You can send a money order to:
Greenough Regional Prison
PO Box 3220
Bluff Point WA 6530
Official VisitorsShow more
Some Official Visitors are different from social visitors and may require the permission from the Minister for Corrective Services.
Please call to book an official visit.