Dozens of prisoners are helping to fix damaged property and clear fallen trees and debris after wild weather struck the state's south west earlier this week.
The Department of Corrective Services says it has mobilised three teams of minimum-security prisoners to help repair significant damage in Perth and the south west.
Tuesday night's storm saw winds of up to 113 kilometres lash the south coast and more than 30,000 homes lost power.
The department says prisoners are also dealing with debris and damage caused at correctional facilities.
The department says the clean-up provides the perfect opportunity for offenders to give back to the community.
Meanwhile, Western Power says about 3,500 homes across the state are still without power.
The utility says the affected properties are mostly in the Rockingham area, with some homes in and around Manjimup also without power.
The department says it is working hard to restore the network as quickly as possible.
12:01 EST Damaging westerly winds and showers have battered southern and western parts of TAS this weekend as a series of cold fronts crossed the state.