From the bees to you, naturally!
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Lavender field at The House of Honey in Spring.
All our raw, unpasteurized and unblended honeys are on the tasting station for you to try.
Bees on show
The observation hive in the shop for you to see the bees at work
Opening day 2010
Beryl Phillips opening speech to her son Rupert at The House of Honey
The by-product from extracting honey is beeswax. We mill our beeswax into blocks, candles and furniture polish so there is no wastage
Burr comb between frames
Enjoying the Australian bush
Swan Valley Bees
A Spring day in the apiary
Rupert and Kim
Honey straight from the hive - just as nature intended
Working the bees
Beekeeper and Barista
Smoking the bees
Smoking the bees distracts the bees from the activities of the beekeeper and is reputed to calm the hive
ABC Radio Interview
An interview on bees and beekeeping by ABC radio 2013
The Art of Beekeeping
A variety of beekeeping books are for sale targeting all levels of beekeeping and experience
The House of Honey
Inside the shop
Crane demonstrations at the Honey Festival. Beekeepers demonstrated how they move their hives.
In the Apiary
Rupert taking White gum honey off the hives at Bolgart WA
Bees on stands to protect them from ants
Join us for morning or afternoon tea in the gardens
In Summer we have cool misters on to keep the area cool and comfortable.
Wisteria in Spring
A refreshing Non-Alcoholic honey drink that we offer as a welcome taste when you arrive.
North of WA in the apiary