Hakea Prison incorporates the former Canning Vale Prison and the CW Campbell Remand Centre. Canning Vale Prison was originally opened in 1982, with the capacity to hold 248 prisoners. When the CW Campbell Remand Centre was built, it had the capacity to hold 150 remand prisoners. Over the years both sites were upgraded and expanded and in November 2000, the two adjacent centres were merged to become Hakea Prison.
Hakea is the the main receival and assessments prison for male prisoners in the Perth metropolitan region, which is located on Noongar Whadjuk land in the suburb of Canning Vale, Perth, Western Australia.