Event Information

Applications are now open for the 2022 Pottery Expo.

                       More information to come




Public Transport

Bus Route 906 (Melbourne City to Warrandyte) to Warrandyte Bridge

View timetable: https://www.ptv.vic.gov.au/route/view/8596 

Parking is limited. We urge you to catch the bus, carpool, take an uber. Parking is behind the community centre, in the paddock behind Warrandyte Cafe in Police Rd and near Stiggants Reserve. Please do not park on footpaths or in front of people's drive ways. You may need to park a little further away and enjoy the walk along the river to get to the Expo. There will be a 3 minute carpark available at the entrance, for those needing to pick up all their fabulous ceramics.


The Opening

Saturday 2pm

The Mayor of Manningham City Council, Councillor Andrew Conlan and the manager of Warrandyte  Community Bank, will open the Expo and present the awards: The Warrandyte Riverside Market will present the Michael Hallam INCA award for innovative new ceramics and the Lions Club award for the best stand.


Music program


Rick Ozimo and friends roving musicinas

Black Cat Bone


Jay Smith

Emily McCarthy


 To indulge your senses we will have our favourite French  crepe maitre, Stephane le Grand with delicious savoury and sweet crepes and an array of healthy salads.  

Now and Not Yet Cafe, will cross the road to provide freshly filled baguettes, icereams and

 the coffee to fill your new cups.

Hops and Vine from Warrandyte will provide a variety of beers and wines on Saturday from 1-7pm; to help us ease into the Saturday night festivities at the Expo site.


Don't forget to buy your cup from the 'cups to go' stand 

to take to the coffee cart.


 On Saturday evening, dinner at the Expo, will be catered by Warrandyte's favourite 'Nardee' , Indian restaurant.

[To book, send an email to jannois@bigpond.com, I will put you on the list. $15 per person]



Tuesday 2 March 10-4

Sandy Lockwood

Tent Talks with Slow Clay Centre:

                To be announced

          Manningham Arts Studio and Clayworks will offer children's clay workshops all weekend and wheel throwing demonstrations for the public.