Located at Bemboka in the picturesque Bega Valley in South-East New South Wales, 'Sandy Creek' is nestled in the foothills of the South East Forest National Park in the shadows of Mount Mogila. The 80 hectare property is currently laid out with a 650 tree dryland olive grove and an orchard with 150 finger limes, a versatile native citrus. They offer quality olive oil and finger limes, which are a native Australian lime.
Australian Pottery at Bemboka is a gallery featuring a broad range of Australian ceramics made in the last half century, both production ware and exhibition pieces. None of the items are new. Some are from the owner's collection, others sourced from the secondary market. All items are available for sale. The aim of the gallery is to bring items from the collection together in the gallery in displays that demonstrate the diversity of work produced by Australian potters over the last fifty years, and some of the trends and cross-influences over time. All fellow collectors, potters, students, historians and art and craft lovers are welcome, or anyone looking for functional or decorative items not quite in the usual style. This season at the gallery our exhibition, entitled "Beyond Design : Forged by Fire", features wood, salt, soda, pit and raku fired pieces from the collection.