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Visit the 2023 Pottery Expo

February Saturday 25th - Sunday 26th

10.00am - 5.30pm


Want to be first in the know? Need details on how to get there? Here's a quick look at the relevant information you ned to enjoy this year's Warrandyte Pottery Expo. Full brochure and programme below.


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Getting there

Parking is limited in Warrandyte, we encourage visitors to be mindful and respectful of residential streets and observe the NO Parking areas. We encourage car pooling and and using public transport.

Travel to the Pottery Expo the easy way and take the 906 bus from The Pines shopping centre in Reynolds Road - Free parking at The Pines (4-hour time limit), just 15 min to the Pottery Expo and the 906 stops right at the Expo entrance. 

The 906 bus starts from the city centre of Melbourne. If you are coming from the city it is the easiest way to get to the Expo.

Bus 364 leaves from Ringwood Station to Warrandyte

Bus 578 leaves from Eltham Station to Warrandyte.


Pop-up exhibition

Valley Potters Pop Up Exhibition is located right opposite the Expo in the Warrandyte Community Association space at 168 Yarra St, from Friday 24th - Sunday 26th. This is between the library and the op shop, part of the Community Centre

Special guest artists

In 2023 we welcome special guest potters from Western Australia - a two day exhibition  featuring work from leading WA potters,  - located in the guest artist marquee right near the main entrance.


All work is available for sale.


Featured artists:

Sandra Black, Bernard Kerr, Felicity Bodycoat, Alison Brown, Janelle Peterson, Lyn Nixon, Judith Paisley, Robbie Kerr, Ian Dowling, Janet Hummerston and Warrick Palmeteer,

Next year

Want to exhibit in 2024?


Follow us on social media and look for for the opening of applications around July/August.

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