WINDMILL POTTERY

Windmill Pottery

All the pottery at Windmill Pottery is made from their own clay that's dug and processed at the pottery. They have called this local clay Quandamooka (pronounced kwon-da-moo-ka) Clay after the First Australians who lived in the region. Their totem, the Quandamooka is the name they gave the Dugong or sea cow, a sea mammal like the dolphin. The clay, which was used as body paint by the Quandamooka, is a terracotta stoneware suitable for both forms of ceramic.  Blessed by a Quandamooka elder, it really is a unique Australian product.    

Windmill Pottery runs classes, workshops for kids and adults and has pottery facilities for hire, including kiln hire.

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Additional Info

Name:
Windmill Pottery
Street Address:
756 Mt Cotton Road
City/Suburb:
Sheldon
State:
Queensland
Post Code:
4157