What do I need to bring?

We have all clay glazes and equipment, we also have our special herb tea blend for you to drink all day. We have an amazing café next door for coffee and with our environment in mind, you can use our handmade coffee cups to grab takeaway. Please note, POT studios is meat and animal product free space. 

Where do I park?

Parking is free and easy to find around POT studios. Because parking directly in front of the studio is limited to 1 hour only, we suggest parking along the eastern end of Station Street, Tugun. 

What should I wear?

Please wear comfortable clothing that you don't mind getting messy. You'll also need to wear closed toe shoes because we value your safety. 

How long will you keep my pottery?

Since space is limited, once your pottery has been finished we are able to keep it for 3 months. After that, we will use it as part of our Rosies Table, with money from the sale going to a local charity. 

 Can I bring my children?

Due to Workplace Health and Safety regulations, children under the age of 15 are not permitted to attend POT studios. 

What happens if I can't attend the course I booked?

Once a course is booked and paid for, we are only able to provide a refund if the course is unable to go ahead, so please choose carefully. Courses can be transferred to a friend, but only before they start. 

Can I change the course I booked?

Yes, but only if we have a waitlist for the course. If we are able to fill your space for the course that you booked, we can hold your payment for you to attend another course for up to 6 months.

Smoking and food policy. 

POT studios is a smoking, meat and animal product free studio.

Where do you ship?

At this time, we only ship within Australia. 

How long will it take to ship my order?

After we've received your order, it takes 1-2 business days to process. We then ship with Australia Post and delivery time is between 5-7 business days. 

Who is the cute dog in that photo?

Roger is POT studios founder, Cindy Hamrey's Frenchie and he's also known as the Land Shark of Tugun. Roger often visits POT.