Our members and guests enjoy a hands-on experience with bees in hives. Full protective gear including beekeepers suits for adults and children, gloves and veils are all available for loan when visiting our apiary.
Our hexagonal clubhouse seats up to 95 people and features an audiovisual system with a large screen projector, tea coffee and catering equipment, beekeeping memorabilia, and disabled restrooms.
Renovated in 2018, our specially designed honey house is fitted with honey extraction and processing equipment and is available to our members.
Items for sale in our shop include beekeeping clothing, tools, wax sheets, books and local raw honey. EFTPOS facilities are available for your convenience.
Honey Bees & Native Bees
Along with our honey bee hives, we also house several native bee hives and shelters for both social and solitary bee species. Our beehives include traditional Langstroth hives, flow hives, top bar hives and an observation beehive with easy access glass walls.
Our garden includes native trees and flowering plants all designed to supply foraging bees plenty of nectar and pollen.
We have a vast selection of beekeeping books, journals, and DVD’s available on loan to our members.
Our members are encouraged to share information and skills with others. So if you attend our meetings, you are likely to learn from others and share in the beekeeping world.