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Glen Innes Correctional Centre is a minimum security facility for men 45km east of Glen Innes in the Northern Tablelands, 615km north of Sydney.
11661 Gwydir HighwayGlen Innes NSW 2370
Phone: (02) 6730 0000Fax: (02) 6730 0085
Locked Bag 900Glen Innes NSW 2370
NSW TrainLink operates a rail and bus link. Private coaches also service Glen Innes.
The facility provides bus transport from Glen Innes township to the correctional centre. The bus leaves from the Glen Innes Tourist Information Centre at 7:30am and returns to the Glen Innes Tourist Information Centre after visits on weekends and Public Holidays. Please call the correctional centre during business hours 8am – 4pm no later than the Thursday prior to the visit to book a seat. No child under 7 years of age can travel on the bus.
The Glen Innes township is in the Northern Tablelands, 615km north of Sydney. The correctional centre is a work camp situated 45km from Glen Innes towards Grafton on the Gwydir Highway. There is ample parking.
Saturday, Sunday and most public holidays
Food may be brought into the centre. There are three barbeques available. Money for the drink machine may be brought in as well as standard items for infant and child care. The centre provides tea and coffee.
Visitors are advised to bring own cup/mug. No fluids e.g milk, water or soft drinks are to be brought into centre. No knives larger than a steak knife (more than 12cm) can be brought into centre.
Newspapers may not be brought in for inmates. Food brought in must be discarded in the rubbish bin at the end of the visit.
Legal practitioners may visit on any day between 9am-3pm. Please notify the centre of your intention to visit.
Inmates are employed in the centre's sawmill and associated industries. They can also participate in community projects and work in the centre's kitchen as well as do cleaning, building and ground maintenance work.