Two hands shaping a stoneware pottery mug on a pottery wheel



Join us as we open our farm to share our love of pottery - an ancient art form - in our Introduction to Pottery workshop.

Two hands cup a handmade pottery mug

Be guided through the basics of hand building and pottery wheel techniques, to create a one-of-a-kind piece of your own.

Holding a handmade pottery mug, the angle shows the detail inside the mug which is a green glaze wash, while the outside has a speckled cream glaze

Our classes provide the opportunity for you to bring creativity and mindfulness together, while we provide the space, all the tools and the equipment to create something unique and truly special

Take a moment. We welcome you to our farm in the tranquil hills of Roleystone - just 35 minutes southeast of Perth, Western Australia. Where I will share my pottery knowledge and impart my passion for the craft, giving you the opportunity to mindfully create your very own pottery piece for you to take home as a cherished keepsake to be enjoyed everyday.

Focusing our attention and visualising on the form we want to create, allows us to be intentional and fully in the present moment.

Our Introduction to Pottery Workshop includes:

  • A 3 hour pottery class where you will be introduced to the beautiful art of hand-building and an introduction to pottery wheel work.
  • The clay plus all of the materials, equipment and kiln firing.
  • Morning tea: either a farm made pizza or grazing board, plus a hot cup of ceremonial cacao, coffee or tea.
  • Bring a friend and receive a 50% discount off the second ticket.

We look forward to creating with you soon.

- Hayley x
Founder - Earth & Nectar

Please note: all photographs are for illustrative purposes only - your finished piece will depend on your creative vision, skill and experience.

Earth and Nectar handmade pottery mugs drying on a shelf in the pottery studio before being fired in the kiln
A homemade pizza made on the Earth and Nectar farm
A handmade stoneware platter with lace detail pattern and a small dipping bowl
Three handmade pottery plates stacked on top of each other with an etched design and pattern and blue glaze
Introduction to Pottery Class using the wheel in our studio on our farm in Rolestyone, Perth, Western Australia - two hands holding a pottery mug just made on a pottery wheel


I had a wonderful time learning the craft of pottery with close friends, having lots of laughs and fun, in a gorgeous setting in the Australian bush. The great end result was a beautiful tea set.

- Paris