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Welcome Reception - Old Melbourne Gaol
Sunday 13th October - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

The centrally located Old Melbourne Gaol is one of Melbourne's most fascinating sites. This iconic venue can host a variety of corporate and private functions. Catering packages are available from National Trust exclusive caterer Showtime Event Group. Built of blue stone, the Gaol still contains the original cells which held some of Melbourne's most notorious criminals, including the infamous bushranger Ned Kelly. The Old Melbourne Gaol is a venue that will stir the senses.
A selection of hot and cold finger food with beverages will be served for two hours while you are entertained by local TAFE music students at this unique venue.


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Gala Dinner - RACV City Club
Monday 14th October - 7:00pm to 11:00pm

The Gala Dinner will take place in the Level 17 Grand Ballroom overlooking Melbourne’s stunning city skyline.
RACV City Club’s Executive Chef, ‘Jason Camillo’, has a focus on using seasonal and locally sourced fresh produce
A delicious three course plated dinner with alternate serve main course will be accompanied with a selection of Australian Wine, Beer & Soft Drinks.

Arrival Drinks begin at 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start.

The dress code for the Gala Dinner is semi-formal.


Site Visit
Wednesday 16th October - 8:30am to 1:00pm

Ravenhall Correctional Centre
97 Riding Boundary Rd, Ravenhall VIC 3023

Ravenhall Correctional Centre is a medium security male prison located in Ravenhall in Victoria. It is Victoria's 15th and most technically advanced prison, Ravenhall Correctional Centre was officially opened on 12 October 2017. The correctional centre is able to house over 1300 prisoners, and includes capacity for 75 forensic prisoners. It is operated by GEO Group Australia, under contract to the Victorian Government.

Dame Phyllis Frost Centre
101-201 Riding Boundary Rd, Ravenhall VIC 3029

Dame Phyllis Frost Centre is the only maximum security women's prison located at Ravenhall in Victoria, Australia. It is Victoria's largest women's prison and holds approximately 550 prisoners. The prison facility was opened on 15 August 1996. The centre is named after welfare worker and philanthropist Dame Phyllis Frost who until her death in 2004, worked tirelessly with governments, prison administrators and non-government agencies for improved conditions, rehabilitation and education for women in prisons.

Parkville Youth Justice Precinct
900 Park Street, Parkville VIC 3052

Parkville Youth Justice Precinct is located in the inner northern suburb of Parkville, five kilometres from Melbourne's central business district. The precinct separately accommodates: young men aged between 10 and 18 years who have been sentenced or remanded by a Victorian Court; young women aged between 10 and 17 years who have been sentenced or remanded by a Victorian Court; and young women aged between 18 and 21 years sentenced to a Youth Justice Centre Order by the Adult Court in Victoria.