Having started in 2014, we’ve grown our bee colonies to produce enough honey to sell. The combination of blossom from Stringy Bark (Eucalyptus), Red Gum, Yellow Box (Eucalyptus melliodora), Angophora Floribunda (Rough-barked Apple), 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.

Recycling the honeycomb during our honey extraction process has enabled us to create a natural Beeswax Timber Polish to nourish and prolong the life of timber furniture or products.  

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.  If you live in the Upper Hunter, our honey is available at these outlets:

Scone – theBar | The Buttered Scone | The Cottage Scone | Plants on Main | Scone Visitors Centre

Muswellbrook –  The Brook Butchers | Supa IGA


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