Hakea Prison is an Australian minimum to maximum security prison for males located in Canning Vale, Western Australia. The facility is managed by the Department of Corrective Services on behalf of the Government of Western Australia.
The prison officially opened in June 1982 as Canning Vale Prison, managing 248 prisoners. From September 1991, Canning Vale operated as a maximum-security prison until, in 2000, it merged with the CW Campbell Remand Centre and became Hakea Prison. Hakea manages prisoners in custody to appear in court, or those who have just been sentenced. All newly-sentenced prisoners are assessed at Hakea before being placed at other Western Australian prisons and due to the stress that can be felt by new arrivals, Hakea has specialist management for inmates.
Notable prisoners 
- Dante Arthurs – convicted in 2007 to the murder and deprivation of liberty of an eight–year–old school girl.