Goulburn Supermax Prison Expanded To Encompass Entire Town

Goulburn Supermax Prison Expanded To Encompass Entire Town

22 March, 2016 12:45

ALEXUS CAMPBELL | Tourism & Lifestyle | CONTACT

Goulburn city council is under fire today after it has been revealed that they are planning to imprison their entire town by expanding the Supermax prison to include all residents and their homes.

Built in 1884 and situated three kilometres from town, Goulburn Correctional Centre has been a mainstay of the small city for well over 100 years.

In 2001 the Supermax was built, marking it as the highest security prison in Australia.

Notable prisoners include the 2005 Terrorist plot conspirators, Malcom “The Fugitive” Nadan and Ivan “The Backpacker Murderer” Milat.

Coincidently, Goulburn is well known throughout Australia to be a city that incubates and harbours vagrants, rapists and murderers outside of the prison walls as well.

The town’s reputation as a hub for degenerates has resulted in the well-known expression from nearby towns: “The worst criminals in Goulburn aren’t prisoners”

The construction of the Hume Highway led to a much need bypass of the town, which in turn resulted in a decrease in tourists for non-prisoner residents to assault – both physically and sexual – and to steal from.

A lack of outside visitors in recent years has seen the townspeople turn on each other in what has been described by one former resident as “a first-world war zone.”

In light of the fact that the majority of Goulburn residents habitually break the law, there are now plans by local and state government to expand the supermax prison to surround the entire town and it’s criminal residents who are not currently incarcerated.

The plan was initially criticised as nothing more than as a cost-cutting measure, but both local government and police have hailed the idea as a bypass for the inundated judicial system, by assuming everyone in the small city has partaken in at least one major crime.

Above: The current Supermax prison boundaries are marked in black, while the newly proposed fence line is in red
Above: The current Supermax prison boundaries are marked in black, while the newly proposed fence line is in red

Our journalists were able to talk to prisoners inside the Supermax facility, with one ‘lifer’ seen begging the guards to put him in solitary confinement – so that he wasn’t exposed to the newly incarcerated Goulburn locals.

“Mate we had a system in here… A hierarchy. Those animals from the town don’t give a rats arse about anything – they’ll cut you open and sleep like a baby,”

Despite the obvious strain on the town’s tourism, some local businesses have jumped at the idea. One prominent restaurant has been seen offering discounted meals for residents that have served over ten years.

A local bar has jumped onboard too, naming a triple shot rum “Milat” because “people wake up not knowing where the hell they are and feeling like they are in trouble”.

One local summed it up perfectly “No one fucking comes here anyway. The only folk that do are obligated family members. The only change to the place is they’ll have to report to screws when they come in.”

The news of imprisoning the entire town of Goulburn coincides with news that experienced gaol security guards are being employed from other gaols to train the local police academy in gaol security.

A long standing saying in the small city outpost is that “People that grow up here either become prisoners, cops or screws”

Both the Prime and Minister and New South Wales Premier have praised the council for their exciting and innovative ideas, with Malcolm Turnbull stating that “If this means less Todd Carneys walking the streets – then they have an absolute go-ahead from me.”

Mike Baird has said that imprisoning the entire town has made life a lot easier for residents of the affluent Southern Highlands, who were previously quite nervous about the possibility of having their local council amalgamated with Goulburn’s.

“I got a phone call from Barry last night. He said it was a real relief to hear that Goulburn was going to be fenced off. Believe me, we made a few lock-out jokes [laughter]”

“But yeah, there’s gotta be a bit of coin in prisons, particularly big ones. The ice plague has already ruined that town… fence ’em in I say.”

Goulburn Police have declared that the town will provide a boom gate for any travellers who need to use the Goulburn McDonald’s toilets, but has told them to be cautious and to move quickly.

 

11 Responses to "Goulburn Supermax Prison Expanded To Encompass Entire Town"

  1. seajay23   March 22, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    Can they extend the fence to Taralga?

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  2. dt   March 22, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    what a load of bullshit

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  3. ph   March 22, 2016 at 8:59 pm

    yes i will Reply i think the idear is bloody stupid, as not ALL PEOPLE IN THIS TOWN ARE BAD..
    I have lived here the big part of my life and never been in trouble or had any trouble with the people of this town so get a life and keep the red fence to your self as we dont need it.

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  4. Selkie22.7   March 23, 2016 at 7:16 am

    To seajay23. What and deny access to that marvel of road building (truly not for the faint hearted) that goes to Oberon?

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    • seajay23   March 23, 2016 at 2:04 pm

      True that, maybe a boom-gate and some sort of pass system to keep the Taralgites enclosed?

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  5. LtLexay   March 23, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Excellent idea, regional NSW will be much safer now.

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  6. twinkie mcgee   March 24, 2016 at 12:29 am

    I call bullshit hahaha 😂

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  7. DarkAngel   March 24, 2016 at 9:15 am

    this is horse shit, ive grew up and goulburn and so has my entire family, we have always been good, never been in trouble with the police or anything else and i know alot of other folks in this town that have never caused anyone harm of any sort, this is bullshit, whats next NSW
    is goulburn just a testing ground for a new bio weapon or some shit?

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  8. Joolie   April 13, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    Hahaha. That’s funny. 🙂

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  9. Edward Taylor   November 27, 2016 at 5:05 pm

    Oh Goulburn always the best part of Crookwell

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