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Main Entry to Courthouse Front Façade at Main Entry Main Public Waiting Area Main Entry / Public Waiting Area Secured Public Courtyard Waiting View of Jury Deliberation Room

Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex

The $52.5 million Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex was officially opened on 14 April 2015 with operations commencing on 20 April 2015.

The State Government’s Royalties for Regions programme contributed $9.5 million towards the facility.

The Complex, on the corner of Robinson Street and Babbage Island Road, has a police station, courthouse and adult community corrections centre.

The new court facilities comprise a jury and a magistrates courtroom, court registry area, jury assembly and deliberation areas, mediation and pre-trial conference facilities, and separate spaces for witnesses, victims of crime and child witnesses.

Community Consultation was a key project focus. The Community Reference Group, established in 2011, represented the views of the Carnarvon community. In addition, two Gascoyne Aboriginal groups were consulted during the project presentations.

The Aboriginal Congress and the Gwoonwardu Mia Aboriginal Reference Group worked closely with the Department of the Attorney General, the WA Police and the Department of Corrective Services to communicate the views of their communities to the project team for the Complex.

This feedback, together with the input from the judiciary and the wider Gascoyne community influenced many of the design aspects, including internal design elements, public areas and community public art.

Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex
Corner Robinson Street and Babbage Island Road
Phone: (08) 9941 5500

Last updated: 12-Jul-2017

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