Feel like a bit of a detour, or a great coffee and german cake? Take the 10km dirt trail road that is coming up on your right hand side, and follow the signs to Pilliga Pottery is a truly unique corner of the Warrumbungle Shire.
The country road can be a little bumpy, so look out for wildlife, and drive to the conditions of the road.
Nestled in the beautiful woodlands of the Pilliga Forest sits the extensive pottery studio workshop, gallery and café that makeup Pilliga Pottery. Visitors are welcome to watch the master potters and artists as they work. The unique buildings are works of art, with inspirational architecture that complements the surrounds.
The property is a haven for a remarkable number of distinctive birds, with over 120 species resident or regular migrants. If you’re lucky you may spot one of the eight threatened species found here, the Grey-crowned Babbler, Hooded Robin, Speckled Warbler, Brown Treecreeper, Turquoise Parrot, Glossy Black Cockatoo, Diamond Firetail or the Black-chinned Honeyeater.