Voluntary Simulation explores the current social context of Australian Indigenous Juveniles and the associated notion of voluntary segregation. The development of this research project progressively explores the indigenous juvenile population group and their incarceration rates, with established research thematics explored including: penology studies, segregation and systematic operations. Importantly, the project does not seek to become a model to reduce the high incarceration rates of indigenous juveniles, but rather, it has become a project that positions the socio-political as design trajectory. This project is deeply rooted in the socio-historical context and geographic narratives of a local indigenous site; Churchill National Park. The project, provocational in nature explores ideas of establishment, control, routine and repetition.