While it’s true that some hobbyist beekeepers will gleefully remove a colony of bees for free, many beekeepers charge for live bee removal. This inconsistency among beekeepers can create some confusing expectations for homeowners.Read more
The first successful introduction of European honey bees (Apis mellifera) into Australia occurred in Sydney in 1822.
From that small beginning, there are now over 10,790 registered beekeepers and approximately 563,700 hives kept
throughout Australia. Read more
Starting a new hobby is always a fun experience, but some hobbies come with a greater risk of harm than others. For better or for worse, keeping your own bee hive tends to fall closer to the “dangerous” side of the safety spectrum, which means it’s all the more important to invest in the proper safety equipment.Read more