Learn About Honey

How is honey made? How many different types of honey are there in Australia? What does a beekeeper actually do?

Types of Honey

If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about the wonderful world of Australian honey, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s deep dive into the complex and captivating world of Australian honey.

Single Varietal Honey

Australia has the largest collection of single varietal honey in the world. Single varietal honeys are a true reflection of nature with each plant species creating distinctly different colours, tastes and textures of honey.


Creamed Honey

Creamed honey is a dense and luscious honey, favoured for its spreadability. But how is it made? And no, there is no cream involved!


Raw Honey

Minimal intervention and a light touch ensures that all of our honey is in fact defined as raw honey! Let us take you through what that process looks like.


Raw Honeycomb

This fascinating byproduct of honey making is in its own right a unique delicacy that should be celebrated and enjoyed!


Crystallised Honey

The luscious and grainy texture of crystallised honey adds something interesting and wonderful!

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Honey & Cheese

Enhance your next cheese board with honey and cheese. A drizzle of sweet honey, the perfect contrast to the saltiness of the cheese.

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The making of Australian honey



The Bees

Why do bees make honey? How do bees make honey? It’s time for a lesson in one of the world’s most fascinating creatures.


The Beekeepers

From the hive to the jar, beekeepers play an integral role in the quality and sustainability in the production of Australian honey.


Full Traceability From Hive to Jar

What about Manuka Honey?

This powerful and popular honey has been used for generations for its antibacterial and healing qualities. But where does it sit in the Australian Honey landscape?