Mobilong Prison (MOB) is an open campus-style prison located near Murray Bridge.
It accommodates male medium and low security prisoners.
Address: 434 Maurice Road, Murray Bridge | Directions using Google Maps
Postal address: Locked Bag 200, Murray Bridge SA 5253
General telephone enquiries: (08) 8532 8911
Visits must be booked in advance – find out more about visiting prisoners.
Bookings can be made by telephone from Monday to Thursday between 18:00 to 22:00.
Visit booking number: (08) 8532 8929
Please note due to COVID-19 visiting hours may be different.
Contact the prison directly for the most up to date visit information available.
|Monday to Friday||None||None||None|
|Saturday||09:40 — 10:50||13:30 — 15:50||None|
|Sunday||09:40 — 10:50||13:30 — 15:50||None|
|Public Holidays||09:40 — 10:50||13:30 — 15:50||None|
|Christmas||09:40 — 10:50||13:30 — 15:50||None|
Special visiting arrangements
Visits may be contact or non-contact.
Maximum visitors at one time are 3 adults plus children.
Professional bookings can also be arranged by email: DLDCSMobilongSupportServices@sa.gov.au
Include the full name and date of birth of the prisoner you want to visit, and several options of days and times you can visit in case your first preference is not available.
|Maximum number of prisoners||472|
|Accommodation type||Cells and cottage style independent living units|
Programs and services delivered at Mobilong include case management services, education and vocational training, the Making Changes Program, the Alcohol and Other Drugs – Medium Intensity Program, and the Violence Prevention Program.
The prison also provides for up to 16 greyhounds that are trained for re-integration as domestic pets through the SA Greyhounds Adoption Program.
|Types of Industry||Mobilong Prison has a large workshop, an assembly area, a kitchen and a bakery.|
|Example of products made||Electrical component assembly, building products, bakery and kitchen, metal fabrication workshop products, plastic component assembly, firewood and kindling packaging.|
Mobilong manages a video conferencing facility, which allows prisoners to appear before the court via audio-visual link (AVL) without the need to leave the prison.