About Gooseneck Pottery
In the hills, five kilometres from Korumburra, is the Gooseneck Pottery. Owned and run by Robert Barron, this unique pottery produces an extensive range of hand thrown, wood-fired stoneware.
The Gooseneck kiln is one of the largest wood-fired kilns in Australia. Measuring 14 metres in length and 3 metres in height and width. It is fired over a 4 day period twice a year.
Visitors are welcome to inspect the workshop and kiln where pots in various stages of production can be viewed.
Pots made include jugs, teapots, mugs, bowls, baking dishes, casseroles etc., and larger items such as platters, breadcrocks and jars. Also produced are water features and a wide range of planters, from small herb pots to big tubs.
Pots can be bought directly from the pottery which is open to the public from 10am to 5pm on weekends, public holidays and most week days (it is best to phone first through the week).
The cottage at Gooseneck Pottery is available for rental: Two bedrooms, sleeps up to 4 people, plus there is an extra mattress. Available for most of the year.
$80 for one night, following nights $75, medium term rental also available, extra people add $10 per hear.