Beekeeping Course Bookings2018-12-07T18:09:00+11:00

Beekeeping for Beginners: Course Bookings

This course is run on one day from 8:30am – 4.00pm at our Apiary in Sutherland. We supply Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea for $299. All our courses are based on the current Units of Competency as outlined by www.training.gov.au and reference material is based on the Agskills publication.

Book Your Place today!

Click on the beekeepers shop button below to see places and dates available for the upcoming beekeeping courses. Remember spots are very limited and they sell out fast so book ASAP to avoid disappointment!
NOTE: If you would like to add your name to the waiting list in case there is a cancellation, please email your contact name and phone number to us here.

We have special pricing for partners. You can add a partner to attend your nominated course if you have already booked a place in the same course by selecting “add a partner” in the drop down box below or please email us here about this or for any further details.

Visit our secure online shop and book your place in a course by selecting the button below.

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Advanced Beekeeping

From time to time, our apiary also hosts beekeeping courses for advanced beekeepers. These courses are conducted by recognised professionals with industry experience.


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Our members include beekeepers with years of experience  willing to share their knowledge of tried and true methods in beekeeping.


We hold 2 meetings for most months of the year. This gives our members the opportunity to learn from other beekeepers, ask questions, participate in workshops and receive all the support needed to get you on the right track in beekeeping.

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As a beekeeper, one of the many benefits in joining the a branch of the ABA is insurance cover and protection. The insurance offered to ABA members is not compulsory but highly recommended and covers a great deal and may be difficult to get without the strength of the ABA as a collective

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on average our 400 gram jar of honey needs 1050 honey bees to travel close to 180,000 kilometres visiting over 4.1 million flowers!

another fact about bees and honey

the average bee works it’s whole life to make
just half a teaspoon of honey

another fact about bees and honey

Australia is the only continent free of the
parasitic verroa mite

another fact about bees and honey

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If you have feedback or would like to find out more about our association, why not contact us with your questions and we will get back to you soon.

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