Having started in 2014, we’ve grown our bee colonies to produce enough honey to sell. The combination of blossom from Stringy Bark, rambling blackberries, thistles and even bush boys bring a lovely flavour to our raw honey.  We’re blessed to be growing a loyal, local following for our honey.

Because we’ve only been producing honey for a short while, we don’t have reserves of honey to fall back on. We are a small, but eagerly growing, honey house.  Growing our honey supply so that we don’t run out is part of our long-term plan.

If you’d like to join us to see how our bees make honey, make sure you sign up  for our B Tales and visit our shop if you’d like to try some honey.

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