For information on cost and class bookings, please contact the coordinator for your preferred class.
9 am - 12 noon Wheel Work with Debb
Bookings are essential
Phone - 0472 698 022
9 am - 12 noon
Hand Building with Sheryl
Please book your first class with Sheryl
Phone - 0433954499
9 am - 11:30 am
Wheel work & Hand-building with Lyndell book Online - www.potteryclass4u.com
Contact Lyndell e:[email protected]
Phone - 0420 568 846
Sunday - Kids activity
Kids classes are subject to volunteer teacher availability. Please email [email protected] to enquire.
Other Times and group bookings-
for all ages. contact Lyndell
Phone - 0420 568 846
Email - [email protected]
web bookings www.potteryclass4u.com
For class and workshop information, please contact the coordinators directly. For information on becoming a member or attending our Gallery, please use the form below.
North Pine Country Park Potters Inc is a 'Not for Profit' organisation located in the grounds of Old Petrie Town on Brisbane's north side.
Currently we have over 60 members whose pots are hand made on site or locally from Australian clay and are of a very high standard.
We have children from the Y.M.C.A. school camps also enjoy spending some time with us making Koala garden ornaments throughout the year.
Classes subject to coordinator availability can be arranged to accommodate special need, interest groups or individuals upon request. Adult Classes are held every week.
Each Sunday there is a market at Old Petrie Town and our gallery is open for sales. Eftpos is available and everyone is most welcome to come in and see the work of our many potters. Pottery makes a very special gift for anyone who appreciates individuality.
Your leisurely stroll will take you past the sundial the potters have made with tiles depicting the history of the Pine Shire - be sure to take a brief stop here and have a look.
We look forward to meeting you ....
901 Dayboro rd Whiteside
When you are walking through Old Petrie Town - Make your way down to Mumford's Barn (Food Hall), past the Steam Museum and then look down the hill to the left and there we are next to the blacksmiths shed!