A traditional Beehive

Photo: A Traditional Langstroth Beehive

Get your own Beehive

A Bee Sanctuary is an activated nest of bees in a protected garden, using traditional hives and natural beekeeping practice.

These sanctuaries serve as safe havens for bee colonies, providing an environment free from pesticides and other harmful substances that can threaten their well-being. The primary goal of a Bee Sanctuary is to support the conservation of bee populations by promoting biodiversity, sustainable agriculture, and the overall health of the ecosystem.

The Process

Create a sanctuary for the bee to Pollinate Country and vitalise the ecology of your environment through enhanced pollination of plants. Call a swarm into your space, connect with the bees, pollinate plants and harvest your own honey. We provide you with the knowledge to care for the bees along with seasonal bee services.

We focus on integrating natural beekeeping principles to ensure optimal bee health, community biodiversity and local food production.

The process can easily be described in six steps:


Prepare a protected area of 1 x 3 metres to active a nest. 


Learn the skills of being a Bee Guardian. Visit our Learn page.


Ensure Close proximity to water within 1 km.


Begin planting Local flowering plants in your garden.


Set up your nest at the beginning of spring.


Harvesting pure honeycomb from your hive is another memorable milestone with us, full of gratitude for the healing gifts we receive from the hive.