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Perth Immigration Detention Centre in Western Australia
The Perth Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) was opened in 1981 and is located within the Perth Domestic Airport precinct.
Originally the site was constructed for administrative purposes by the Australian Federal Police then later adapted for use as an immigration detention centre.
The Perth IDC mainly caters for people who have over-stayed their visa or had their visa cancelled because they failed to comply with their visa conditions. People refused entry to Australia at international airports and seaports are also detained there, and people with a criminal conviction awaiting removal to another country.
Accommodation and facilities
The Perth IDC is located in a mixed use area comprising office accommodation, domestic air terminals, a large public car parking facility, airport hangers and maintenance facilities, air freight cargo terminals, the Australia Post Mail Processing Centre and a number of vacant redevelopment sites.
The facility is a single level brick building that occupies a level, rectangular site as a ‹tee› shape of approximately 1 130m². The centre was refurbished in 2009.
The building is divided into three wings:
the north wing contains accommodation for men with bathroom facilities, two recreation rooms, a kitchen and dining room.
the west wing contains six bedrooms (that may be used to accommodate women) with a dining/recreation room adjacent, an observation room, administration offices and storage rooms, control room, staff room, interview rooms, resident’s property store and a foyer.
the east wing contains accommodation and a recreational room, a visits room, administration areas and an additional resident property storage room.
All operational and maintenance aspects of the centre are undertaken by the Detention Services Provider.