Visit a prisoner

How to arrange a visit

You must contact the prison at least 24 hours before you want to visit.

Visit bookings are limited and should be booked well in advance.

You must provide all of the following:

  • the name of the prisoner you want to visit
  • the full name of every person visiting the prisoner
  • a contact phone number
  • the date you want to visit.

To arrange a visit, call or email using the contact details below for each facility.

You may not always be able to visit a prisoner. The prisoner or prison may refuse your visit.

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If you are visiting the Darwin Correctional Centre, there are a few things you need to know.

Visitors

All visitors over 18 years must enroll in the Bio-metric Identification System. Read about finger print and eye scanning.

First time visitors must arrive at least 1 hour before your scheduled visit.

All other visitors must arrive at least 45 minutes before.

Getting there

There is no public transport to the Darwin Correctional Centre.

You must use your own transport or use a taxi.

The Salvation Army provides a shuttle bus. To find out more about the days it runs and times, read the rules for visiting.

Call

To make a visit booking you can call 08 8901 4141 Monday to Friday between 9am to 12pm and 1 to 4pm to book a visit.

Public holidays and weekends are excluded.

Email

Or you can also email dccvisits.ntdcs@nt.gov.au to make a visit booking.

Your booking is not confirmed until you receive a reply.

Find out more about the Darwin Correctional Centre.

To book a visit you can call 08 8962 4550 or email barklyworkcamp.ntdcs@nt.gov.au.

Read more about the Barkly Work Camp.

To book a visit you can call 08 8939 2900 or datjalaworkcamp.ntdcs@nt.gov.au.

Read more about the Datjala Work Camp.

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Last updated: 14 February 2020

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