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.there 3