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Mary Wade Correctional Centre is a maximum security institution for women. Previously known as the Juniperina Juvenile Justice Centre the site has been repurposed to accommodate maximum security inmates on remand.
Mary Wade Correctional Centre is located 19km west of Sydney central business district.
Check with the Transport NSW Information line 131 500 for up to date timetables for trains and buses.
Please note if travelling via private transport that visitor parking is very limited. Allow plenty of additional time to find parking.
All social visits to correctional centres in NSW have been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Video Visits have been introduced across the state to help inmates maintain contact with family and friends during this time.
To book a Video Visit at Mary wade Correctional Centre please call the visits booking line on 02 87375026.
Bookings can be made by from 9:00am to 12:00 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Video Visits will take place on Saturdays and Sundays. visits sessions are scheduled at 8:30am, 9:30am, 10:30aam, 12:00, 1:00pm and 2:00pm. Six bookings will be taken for each time slot.
The time allocated for each Video visit is 40 minutes. Visit times are subject to change.
Please refer to the Video visits page for more detailed information.
All in person social visits to correctional centres in NSW have been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Before travelling for a visit, please call the correctional centre to confirm visit and visiting time.
All visits must be booked by calling 02 8737 5026.
Bookings for the women's area are only on:
Saturday and Sunday:
All visitors (including children) MUST be registered in the booking or they will not be permitted entry to the centre.
Legal visits are available from Monday to Sunday
Please notify the Manager of Security of your intention to visit by faxing 02 8737 5814.
AVL Contact Number: 02 8737 5054 and 02 8737 5055
The Centre conducts programs such as Alcohol and drug issues, welfare and psychological support. A Regional Aboriginal Officer liaises with Aboriginal health and legal services.
The centre provides: