Best Pottery Shops in Sydney

Best Pottery Shops in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Pottery Shops in Sydney. To help you find the best Pottery Shops located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Pottery Shops:

The top rated Pottery Shops in Sydney are:

  • Brookvale Ceramics
  • Blackwattle Pottery Supplies
  • Claypool

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Brookvale Ceramics

Brookvale Ceramics
Brookvale Ceramics

Brookvale Ceramics has been operating on Sydney’s Northern Beaches for over 30 years. We are a family owned and operated business that supplies all of Australia with ceramic and pottery supplies. We offer all classes for all levels of students from beginners to professionals and we are wheelchair accessible. We teach an extensive range of techniques and students work at their own pace and are given as much attention as needed by our friendly, professional teachers. We provide a fun and social teaching environment where friendships are made whilst learning how to create wonderful pieces.

Products/Services:

Glazes, Greenware & Bisque, Clay, Tools & Accessories

LOCATION:

Address11/9 Powells Rd, Brookvale NSW 2100
Phone: (02) 9905 0264
Website: www.brookvaleceramics.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Family owned and run business with many years of experience. Incredible range of clays and ceramics, support to so many Ceramicists and creative hobbyists. Incredible knowledge they share. Offering not only advice but time and care to everyone’s needs. Supply refurbished kilns and kiln/ fire hire.” -Naomi Decor

Blackwattle Pottery Supplies

Blackwattle Pottery Supplies
Blackwattle Pottery Supplies

Blackwattle Pottery Supplies provide professional advise, training and service for all your pottery supplies and ceramic supplies in Sydney NSW.

Blackwattle Pottery has been successfully manufacturing Potters Clay in Sydney Australia, for potters, sculptors, colleges and schools for over 35 years. A full range of our clays including the very popular Paper Clay range are listed on the left.

Products/Services:

White Clays, Terracotta Clays, Paper Clays, Stoneware Clays, Porcelain Clays, MAD Clay, Pottery Supplies

LOCATION:

Address8 Aero Rd, Ingleburn NSW 2565
Phone: (02) 9829 5555
Website: www.blackwattle.net.au

REVIEWS:

“Highly recommend for all your ceramic & pottery needs , they have everything you can think of. Delivery is very fast and service is always great.” -Sosaidh

Claypool

Claypool
Claypool

Claypool is a community of like-minded people and a centre for creative energy, run by Cherie Peyton, Sally Cooper and Brett Stone.

The studio is enriched by the breadth of talent of its members who enjoy the resources of a productive environment and extensive facilities.

Since it opened in May 2013, Claypool has quickly grown into a centre that reaches out to professional and non-professional potters. Firing services and studio facilities are also provided to non-members.

Products/Services:

10 Wheels, Hand building tables, Glaze area/glazes, Slab roller, Extruder, Plaster moulds, Some tools available for throwing and hand-building, Stoneware/porcelain clays and tools are available to purchase, Private studios are available to rent

LOCATION:

Addressblock j/1605 Botany Rd, Botany NSW 2019
Phone: +61 422 392 502
Website: www.claypool.com.au

REVIEWS:

“I’ve been coming here for almost a year, and love how much I’ve grown in my pottery journey. The facilities encourage and give you the freedom to try new things. The staff and community of potters are all so friendly and care very deeply about what they do. The drop-in and membership fees are very affordable, especially for the time and benefits you get. I’ve made some great friends here, and am grateful for the community.” -Christie Sanasi