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Oberon Correctional Centre is a minimum security facility for males offenders ranging from young adult offenders who complete a Young Offender Program to adult offenders who are actively working towards preparation for their release. It's been an integral component of CSNSW' strategy for managing young adults in NSW correctional centres since 1993.
The centre's Gurnang Life Challenge Program derives its name from the State Forest in which the Centre is located the Gurnang State Forest 40 kilometres from Oberon and approximately 235 kilometres south west of Sydney.
110 Gurnang Road SHOOTERS HILL via OBERON NSW 2787
Locked Bag 2OBERON NSW 2787
Phone: (02) 6335 5248Fax: (02) 6335 5220
Follow the great western highway past Katoomba, after about 28 kilometres you will come across a step hill into Hartley Valley on your left as you begin to climb out of the valley close to Lithgow you will see a sign post to Oberon to your left.
You are now on the road that leads to Jenolan Caves and Oberon. Follow this road for 24kms there is a turn to the right to Oberon take this turn.
Follow this road until you see a sign to Titania road approximately 20km. At this junction there is small green correctional centre sign. Take this turn off to the left and follow it for 4kms.
You will come to a T-intersection turn left and in 2kms there will be a turn to the right to Butterfactory Lane Junction Shooters Hill.
Follow this road for 23kms until you come to an intersection signposted Yerranderie and Mt Werong turn left. You will see a sign with yellow writing directing you to the correctional centre. Follow this road for 6kms and turn right at the correctional centre sign.
There is ample car parking for visitors.
Visitor bookings are essential and can be made by calling (02) 6335 5268 on:
Tuesdays: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
* the visitor bookings line is closed on public holidays.
Before travelling for a visit, please call the correctional centre to confirm visit and visiting time.
Saturdays and Sundays: 8am - 2pm.
Visitors over 18 years of age must bring appropriate identification. First time visitors need to produce two primary forms of identification.
Legal practitioners can visit from 9am - 3pm seven days a week by calling: (02) 6335 5248 to make an appointment.
Inmates are employed in farming, afforestation and domestic duties they also manufacture timber products.