Cadell Training Centre
Cadell Training Centre (CTC) is a low security prison farm located in the Riverland.
It accommodates male low security prisoners.
Address: Boden Road, Cadell SA 5321
(Approx 300 metres south of Morgan-Cadell Road and Hodge Road) | Directions using Google Maps
Postal address: Community Bag, Cadell SA 5321
General telephone enquiries: (08) 8540 3600
Visits must be booked in advance - find out more about visiting prisoners
Bookings are currently made by telephone.
Domestic visits can be booked between 13:15 – 15:00 from Monday to Thursday.
Telephone Booking Number: (08) 8540 3321
|Monday to Friday||None||None||None|
|Saturday||None||13:00 – 16:00||None|
|Sunday||None||13:00 – 16:00||None|
|Public Holidays||None||13:00 – 16:00||None|
|Christmas||None||13:00 – 16:00||None|
Please note visits may be modified when temperatures reach over 38 degrees and cancelled when the temperature is over 42 degrees.
Special visiting arrangements
Non-contact visit sessions last 60 minutes – and are by arrangement.
Booking requests can be made by phoning (08) 8540 3321 during business hours.
The call will be transferred to a Case Management Coordinator (CMC) who will ascertain the availability of the prisoner.
Professional visiting hours are generally available on weekdays 09:00 – 12:00 and 13:30 – 16:00.
Upon arrival all professional visitors must report to the control room to have their identification verified, be processed with a metal detector and undergo security procedures prior to being admitted into the visit area.
|Maximum number of prisoners||210|
|Accommodation type||Cell Blocks and Cottage Style|
A Community Work Program utilising prisoner labour - supporting many non-profit projects in the local community.|
The Cadell Country Fire Service (CFS) is staffed with custodial staff, members of the public and prisoners.
|Types of Industry||Prison farm|
|Example of products made||
The prison farm is focused on:|
- dairy production and packaging
Cadell Training Centre (CTC) was opened in 1960 as a training facility for prisoners to learn vocational skills which may not be available within other prisons, and focuses on the rehabilitation of prisoners and preparing them to take their place in the community upon release.