Honey

Pure, cold processed Australian native honey

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Beeswax

Pure beeswax straight from the honeybee.

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Pollination

Honeybee colonies available for crop pollination services.

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Bee Hives

Give you’re honeybees a 5 star energy rated home.

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Latest Products and News

Fitting Flow Frames to Paradise Honey  Bee Hives

Many of our customers run both Flow Hives and Paradise Honey EPS beehives.  Almost all report that their honeybees perform significantly better in terms of honey production and colony health in the EPS hives.  The question this leads to is, can I install Flow Frames in my Paradise Honey hive?  I am pleased to report that one of the local hobbyist beekeepers in Canberra has successfully modified his Paradise Honey beehive to take Flow Frames and has written the following instructions.

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We now stock Custom Bee Feed

Just as we need a balanced diet to maintain good health and wellbeing, so do honeybees.  In fact, the productivity and lifespan of honeybees can be directly related to what they eat from the moment they hatch as larvae and throughout their brief lifespan. As a commercial or a hobbyist beekeeper, we all want our honeybees to be healthy and productive which is why we feed our honeybees Custom Bee Feed.  Customer Bee Feed is an Australian formulated product which 

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Research Proposal – EPS Versus Wooden Beehives

We first established our Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) beehives in our beekeeping operation in Australia in the spring of 2012. We started with 100 EPS 10 frame Langstroth beehives which we ran alongside our 160 traditional 10 frame Langstroth wooden beehives. To our surprise, the EPS colonies expanded quickly and by the end of the first season had produced 35% more honey than our wooden beehives.  After more than three years of positive experience with operating EPS beehives in Australia, we are compelled to conduct this research.

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Finding honeybees for your first beehive

I have been approached by a number of new beekeepers who have assembled their new beehives over the winter period in anticipation of becoming a beekeeper for the first time this coming spring. They all have the same question which is, how do I get honeybees and a queenbee installed into my new beehive. This is something established beekeepers often take for granted as they have the ability to split off new colonies from their existing beehives.

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