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Mannus

Mannus Correctional Centre is a minimum security facility for male offenders. The centre is 515km south of Sydney, 115km south-east of Wagga Wagga and approximately 10 km from the town of Tumbarumba.

Address

Street and postal address:

3506 Jingellic Road Mannus NSW 2653

Phone: 02 6941 0333

Fax: 02 6948 5291

 

How to get there

Public Transport

The nearest railway station is at Wagga Wagga. For information regarding train and bus times contact Countrylink. Countrylink Information

Mannus Correctional Centre provides a bus service from the Tumbarumba Newsagency at 9am on weekends. Visitors are advised to be at the Tumbarumba Newsagency by 8:45am.

Private Transport

From Sydney take the Hume Highway until the turn off to Tumut. Travel to Tumut, Batlow, then Tumbarumba. Mannus Correctional Centre is 10km from Tumbarumba, on the Jingellic Road (also known as Linden Roth Drive).

From Melbourne take the Hume Highway to Holbrook. Approximately 20km past Holbrook, turn right into Little Billabong Road then right into Wagga Road. Travel for approximately 40km to Tumbarumba.

Parking is available within easy walking distance of the Centre.

​Visitor Information

Bookings:

All visits are required to be booked. Bookings can only be made on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between

  • 10am - 2pm

preceding the weekend of the intended visit.

General visit and booking enquiries can be made Monday to Friday: (02) 6941 0333.

Before travelling for a visit, please call the correctional centre to confirm visit and visiting time.

Visit times:

Saturday and Sunday

  • 8:30am - 3pm

Conditions:

You may take in picnic foods and a small amount of money in coins and small denomination notes for the canteen and vending machines. Please contact the Centre to check what items are permitted. No seafood is allowed.

Legal Visits

Legal practitioners may visit seven days between 9am-3pm. Notification of intention to visit should be made at least 24 hours in advance by sending fax to Manager of Security -6948 5291 with details of the inmates, date and time.

Industries

Inmates are employed in afforestation work, livestock and agricultural activities, timber docking, kitchen, horticulture, horticulture, apple orchard, building maintenance, and forklift/tractor operations.

Inmates also work in service areas such as general maintenance, cleaning, gardening, and the laundry.

Education and training