A photo of accommodation blocks at Wooroloo Prison Farm.

Wooroloo Prison Farm is located on Whadjuk Noongar land, Wooroloo, Western Australia.

Wooroloo is a minimum-security prison for adult males operated by the Department of Justice.

Wooroloo was built in 1914 as a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients. In 1960 it was transformed into a district hospital which closed in 1970. It was then converted to a minimum-security facility for adult male prisoners in 1972.

Wooroloo is also host for the Dowerin Work Camp. This was officially opened in its new location in February 2012, after relocating from Kellerberrin.