Mt Cooper Pottery


Mt Cooper Pottery is a new pottery studio located in Melbournes north and named for the nearby mountain; Mt Cooper – the traditional home of the Wurundjeri people.

Mt Cooper Pottery features functional ceramics inspired by architecture and the urban environment and the natural environment of Mt Cooper.


The incredible textures of redgum and eucalyptus trees and exposed volcanic rock has influenced the surfaces and choice of materials in this work. Surfaces can be smooth and silky or dry.


The bowls, beakers, cups, platters and plates has been created from my interest and delight in getting together with groups of people over shared dishes of food.

It has been exciting  to see this work embraced by chefs here and overseas, food stylists and valued customers.

Many of the pieces are designed to work together enabling the collector to express their own creativity by combining the unique pieces they collect together in their own home.


Combine unique pieces to create your own story.


Upcoming Event

Eltham Design Market


September 17

10 am - 3 pm

Eltham Community

and Reception Centre

More details here

Browse and Buy



On all stock



Select items are on display and for sale at The DEA Store in Sydney.

Were you at the Warrandyte Slip Workshop?

Thank you to everyone who attended the slip workshop at the wonderful Warrandyte Pottery Studio.

Here is some of what the attendees had to say.

"Gave me permission to take the technique to the limit.

Getting to make our own tiles was a lot fun.

It would be useful for the potters I know."

"A very informative workshop and a lovely space in which to work.

I found it really informative and inspiring for my own work."

"Everything was well organised.

Information for all levels.

Great slides, demonstrating and examples.

Really well structured

Great combination of 'inspirational' and technical."

"The example of other artists were great in exploring possibilities, which translated greatly into our own practical applications.

Good pace and lots of opportunity to ask questions.

The teacher was very generous in sharing her wealth of knowledge. The format was excellent."

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