Think I'll go to Canberra and rob me a bank:
ARCHITECT-DESIGNED self-contained cottages with roomy kitchens, lounge rooms complete with flat-screen LCD televisions and mountain views through floor to ceiling windows.
Welcome to the Alexander Maconochie Centre, the ACT's first prison, where the cost of a room is your liberty and more.
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The cottages have been designed to promote "normal" living, with inmates responsible for their own cooking, cleaning and laundry.
Each has a spacious wood-look kitchen, lounge/dining area with television, individual bedrooms with shelving and a combined share laundry/bathroom.
Inmates can enter and leave the cottages by swipe-card security which can be disabled by prison staff when necessary, such as at night.
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There are computer rooms, classrooms, a medical facility, trade rooms, a large commercial kitchen and laundry and a women's community centre.
There are also barbecue areas, paved courtyards, art rooms, basketball courts and a sports oval.
There are also "normal" cell blocks, and an inmate can work his way up to the plusher life by good behavior. Wow. Rehabilitation! That's never been tried before.