About Us

We offer the complete package, kilns, kiln furniture, vents, controllers and freight as well studio equipment.

Combining Art & Education Since 1974

We supply Pottery Kilns, Glass Kilns, Classroom Kilns, Studio Kilns, Gas Kilns, Electric Kilns, Raku Kilns , DIY Kilns, new and preloved…

We understand that the purchase of a kiln is a substantial decision and the kiln is likely to be with you for many years therefore we specialize and pride ourselves in our service, commitment and professional advice ensuring that The Pottery Place can assist you to find the kiln that’s perfect for you.

Pottery Kilns, Glass Kilns, Classroom Kilns, Studio Kilns, Gas Kilns, Electric Kilns, Raku Kilns and even DIY Kilns… We can find the kiln that’s perfect for you.

If you need information on prices and what sort of Kiln would be best for you, we can help. 

Our Story

We offer the complete package, kilns, kiln furniture, vents, controllers and freight as well as a large and varied inventory of studio equipment.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to customer service and guarantee 100% that we are available and easily contactable, for free, friendly and helpful advice from your first call, throughout the entire process and onwards for as long as you require our assistance. 

We understand the excitement and the anxiety involved in the decision to purchase a new kiln.

For many, this will be your first kiln and an entry into the fascinating and seemingly complex world of kiln firing. What size do I need, will it fit my power supply, what temperature does it go to, what does a controller do, what are safety requirements? 

At Pottery Kilns Australia we can help answer these questions and more. 

Pottery across the ages

After Man had learned to make a fire, it didn’t take long before he discovered that anything made of clay became permanently hard after being in a hot bonfire for some time.

Communities all over the world learned to make pots and fire them in bonfires. The methods used were very similar.

More preparation and more brushwood was necessary if a lot of pots were to be dried and fired. But it was a more efficient method than firing pots singly and losses through cracking and exploding were fewer.

Firing many pots together was also a periodic communal event, needing a team spirit to keep the fire going the whole day.