Karnet Prison Farm
|Location||Serpentine, Western Australia|
|Security class||Minimum (male)|
|Capacity||326 (as at 2 October 2013)|
|Managed by||Department of Corrective Services, Western Australia|
|Warden||Superintendent: Alan Clements|
The prison farm located on a 375-hectare (927-acre) property, provides meat, eggs, and vegetables for the entire prison system in Western Australia. It breeds cattle and sheep and also has an abattoir, a dairy, a poultry farm, market gardens and an orchard that supplies citrus and stone fruit.
-  Corrective Services - Karnet Prison Farm
- "In Western Australia This Week". The Canberra Times. 36, (10,049). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 20 October 1961. p. 2. Retrieved 24 October 2016 – via National Library of Australia.
- Western Australia. Department of Corrective Services (2013), Karnet Prison Farm 1963 to 2013 : celebrating 50 years of making a positive difference, [Perth WA] Department of Corrective Services, retrieved 24 October 2016
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