|Location||Casuarina, Western Australia, 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Perth|
|Security class||Minimum to maximum (Male)|
|Managed by||Department of Corrective Services|
Casuarina Prison is the main maximum security prison for Western Australia, located near Perth. The prison accommodates minimum, medium and maximum security prisoners and was opened in 1991 to replace Fremantle Prison. The prison featured in the documentary, Australia's Hardest Prison: Lockdown Oz on the National Geographic channel in 2008, following the lives of prisoners and officers.
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- Report of an Unannounced Inspection of the IOU and the SHU at Casuarina Prison (2000) (pdf)
- Report of a Follow-up Inspection of the Special Management Units at Casuarina Prison (2001) (pdf)
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