|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 in the Perth suburb of Casuarina. The prison accommodates minimum-, medium- and maximum-security prisoners. It was opened in 1991 to replace Fremantle Prison, which was 130 years old. The prison was the scene of a riot on Christmas Day 1998. 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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- Casuarina Prison – Department of Corrective Services
- 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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