Single Origin Locations

Avocado Honey

A select number of our hives pollinate avocado trees on responsibly managed avocado farms across the Atherton Tablelands. This annual 12 week pollination season results in a dark colored honey with a sweet aroma and a rich, almost molasses flavor. This honey is high in antioxidants and antimicrobial activity. Often described as the Guiness of Honeys!

Lake Eacham

Our home base. Hive are brought back to the Lake Eacham area in early spring to catch a very short honey flow of rainforest sarsaparilla.


Our furthest inland apiary site, very similar in characteristics to our Wondecla sites, however has a more dominant ironbark flowering.


Our coastal apiary site abutted against the lower foothills of the Wooroonooran national park. We will commonly attend this apiary site twice a year, firstly for the summer honey flow, which includes; Moreton bay ash, northern swamp mahogany, Swamp box & Yellow Penda. Then secondly in winter for the Bluegum and Tea Tree flowering.


Located in the Mareeba Shire, Chewko is roughly 533m above sea level. Our apiary sites in this area are privately owned bush properties. We place hives here between autumn and winter to forage on molloy red box, clarksons bloodwood, pink bloodwood and scattered ironbark.


Our hives visit our Gadgarra apiary sites once a year in late spring. Our apiarys are located in the Gadgarra state forest at an elevation of 518 m above sea level. This area combines a diverse range of flora, from rainforest blending into wet sclerophyll. The bees forage on sarsaparilla, stringybarks, blue and rose gums, bulloak and QLD maple.


Elevation 906m, our Wondecla Apiary sites are located in, or adjacent to state forests and national parks. The dominant flora species for bee forage include bluegum for winter foraging, and bloodwood and ironbark in summer months.