Did you know… Bees pollinate as many as 170 thousand species of plants. Every third tablespoon of food is dependent on pollination. A honey bee lives for approximately 5 weeks and produces 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey. To make a kilogram of honey, a bee must visit four million flowers and fly four times …read more >
Raw, natural and just as nature intended. Please support the bees at Adelaide Bee Sanctuary and buy some wonderful honeycomb. For more information please go to the Sanctuary Honey tab.
Get your raw, unfiltered, non-heat treated, source of origin assured and natural Honey made with love by the bees at Adelaide Bee Sanctuary!
Join the Rooftop Beehive tour and on the way visit The Creative Hive to see the hanging Dome Hive. Happy Show time!
Thank-you to everyone at Government House for welcoming the third beehive! Meet the beehive of Queen Whilhelmina.
Adelaide Bee Sanctuary would like to wish all the Mother’s a wonderful Mother’s Day. A Mother is very much like the Queen Bee of a honeybee colony, she is defined by her sons and daughters and they, in turn, are defined by her. Many of us have mothers who live close by and many of …read more >
2017 Season Sanctuary Honey from the wonderful city of Adelaide and surrounding metro areas. 1kg, 500g, 320g and honeycomb available.
I have spent 5 years observing a beautiful wild colony of honey bees along Maryvale Road. I’d observed them as they responded to the changing seasons and I would often park my car below them and listen to their gentle hum that told me that ‘all was right in their world’. I am now saddened …read more >
Honey extraction is in progress! The bees have been able to produce honey despite the changing weather conditions. I’d like to thank all the sponsors of Adelaide Bee Sanctuary beehives and I look forward to delivering honey, from your sponsored beehives, to you very soon.
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