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About Us

Bandicoot Pottery Cobargo NSW

Studio of Daniel Lafferty and Gabrielle Powell

Bandicoot Pottery is your local pottery studio offering ceramic classes and workshops for any skill level

Are you looking to learn, create and connect?

Our Story

Bandicoot Pottery is a place where we fulfil our dreams and passion for ceramics and you can too.

Our love for pottery started when we trained in Ceramics at the ANU Canberra School of Art. Our wares are hand crafted and individually designed specialising in functional decorative works and one-off wood fired pieces.

We would love you to visit our pottery studio - check out our creative space, discover our little patch of Bega Valley paradise, browse for treasures to buy and fall in love with our pottery. There’s sure to be a few surprises for anyone interested in meeting creative makers in their creative space.


Pottery is the perfect hobby for both children and adults. Pottery is an experience that requires intense focus but allows your frustrations and worries to melt away. Whether you’re a beginner looking to try pottery for the first time, or you have experience and want to further develop your skills, we have a class for you.

Our facilities are bigger: large training room, pottery wheels and hand building space as well as undercover kiln space and clay preparation area. We are working together to offer pottery workshops and classes in our community so we continue to share our love of clay and build new connections


Our studio showroom is open by appointment because we keep irregular hours. We are usually working in the studio but its always good to confirm we are here before visiting.

Please give us a call or email us for more information. 

Daniel & Gabrielle 

Cobargo NSW 2023

We acknowledge the traditional owners Djirinanj people of the Yuin Nation where we work and live as the first artists and storytellers on this continent, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. Sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

Meet Team Bandicoot 

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