Visit the Interpretive museum, step back in time and learn about the production processes, machinery, working conditions and traditional skills of the Bendigo Pottery from its beginning in 1858 to theRead More
The car park at Bendigo Pottery is located along the front of the complex. At this stage, there are no designated disabled parking spaces. The site is flat throughout.
Entry is down a wide smooth brick pathway and a wide entry door.
The shop area is brick paved with ample room. All shelves have the stock within easy reach with the top shelves used for display purposes only.
Adjacent to the main shop is the demonstration and potters wheel area. Classes cater for people of all abilities including high dependence disabilities.
Within the complex is an antique bazaar. The market area is well laid out with wide aisles given good access to all stalls.
The café is located just inside the main entry doors. It is spacious and uncluttered, with moveable chairs at each table. The café caters for all dietary requirements.
The factory tour is accessible throughout including the old kilns. During the factory tour, there are two gates either side of the service road within the factory. Both gates are fitted with childproof locks a that cannot be operated independently by wheelchair users. All displays on the tour are clearly visible. Signage is easy to read and contains both words and diagrammatic information.
Outside that factory area, there are a series of artists workshops and studios. The pathways are all smooth brick paving and most of the doorways are wide and easily accessed. An accessible toilet is located in this area.
The City of Greater Bendigo acknowledges the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands across Bendigo.
We acknowledge and pay respect to their Elders past present and emerging.