A former prison has been restored to its original state after it was reconstructed and given a new name, according to a new report.
The new prison at the Wodonga penitentiary in New South Wales, in the state’s south-west, was abandoned in 2010.
The former prison housed more than 1,500 people and housed prisoners for a total of 18 years.
It was demolished in 2015 and the former prison was converted into a residential complex, but it was not clear what the name of the new building was until this year.
It is one the largest rehabilitation projects in Australia’s history.
The rehabilitation was completed in 2018 and was the first in the United States.
It includes renovating a former military barracks, restoring an old prison hospital and a school.