Currumbin Valley’s Stoka Clay Studio is fully equipped with kilns and equipment, meaning that you’ll have all the tools to realise your pottery dreams (whatever they may be). Rather than just a class, the experience was designed as a chance to really disconnect from stress and have some fun! Get your hands dirty in one of the regularly scheduled ‘Clay Play’ days throughout the studio’s weekly schedule, indulge in a creative Friday date-night or choose to jump into one of the one-night workshops such as the Handmade Dinner Set session and come away with an impressive set for showing-off.
Stoka Clay Studio is set on acreage down the road from the Currumbin Eco Village, which means you can pop into Pasture & Co for a coffee on the way, or complete your day of relaxation with a delicious bite to eat. The studio’s lush locale is completed with two Haflinger horses, and the space is rustic and laid-back (think exposed wooden beams, Turkish rugs and glimmering festoon lights).
The studio’s location is 6 Colin Close, Currumbin Valley however the entry is on the corner of Currumbin Creek Road and Tallebudgera Connection Road.