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.
Select a prison or detention centre for information and how to book a visit:
- Acacia Prison
- Albany Regional Prison
- Bandyup Women's Prison
- Banksia Hill Detention Centre
- Boronia Pre-release Centre for Women
- Broome Regional Prison
- Bunbury Regional Prison
- Casuarina Prison
- Eastern Goldfields Regional Prison
- Greenough Regional Prison
- Hakea Prison
- Karnet Prison Farm
- Melaleuca Women’s Prison
- Pardelup Prison Farm
- Roebourne Regional Prison
- Wandoo Rehabilitation Prison
- West Kimberley Regional Prison
- Wooroloo Prison Farm
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Safe and secure prisoner transport is a key priority for the Department of Justice. The Department has high standards of care in place to ensure the safety, security and welfare of people in custody, while they are being transported.
There are around 36,000 movements of people in custody every year via air, coach and secure vehicle throughout the state of Western Australia
The terrain travelled varies significantly from Wyndham in the north to Albany in the south and includes extreme climatic conditions.