The GEO Group Australia Pty Ltd is an Australian company, responsible for the management of privatised prisons in Australia. Its head office is on Level 18 in the National Mutual Centre in the Sydney CBD in the City of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales.
Prisons managed by GEO Group Australia include;
- Junee Correctional Centre,
- Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre,
- Parklea Correctional Centre,
- Fulham Correctional Centre, and
- NALU At Fulham Correctional Centre.
GEO Group Australia's subsidiary GEO Care Australia has secured the contract to deliver primary healthcare services to all of Victoria's 12 publicly managed prisons in a contract of up to 9 years duration.
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