‘The old Australian bee farm’ (C. 1900)

Celebrating World Bee Day

18th of May

To pollinate country and establish a Bee garden for wild pollinator conservation.

Located in Sandy Bay Hobart, amongst at the Source Eco community garden. The space will establish a Bee Sanctuary using natural beekeeping methodology, native swarm nests and planting of pollinator friendly plants. With collaboration with volunteers we will develop an Urban Bee Conservation space for improved pollination for the Hobart community.

Agenda for the day:

  • 9am Welcome to guests, Outline of proceedings
  • 9.15 Source Community Garden Tour, History and Significance
  • 9.45 Wild Hive Walk at Thomas Crawford Trail, Sandy Bay
  • 10.30 Establishing a Bee Sanctuary - Planning and Design
  • 11.00 Pollination Conservation, an introduction to Natural Beekeeping
  • 11.30 Pollinator Platter and Raw Honeycomb Tasting
  • 12.00 Close

Source Community Garden, 12 French St, Sandy Bay TasmaniaLearn more

Bee Guardian Conference '23

Join us for Art, Talks and 100 Year Anniversary of the Rudolf Steiner Bee Lectures.

Newrybar Community Hall

26.11.23, 15:00 - 18:00

2023 Apiculture Schedule

Tales from the Hive:

Pollinate Country - Jennifer Butler

Bee Nutrition - Polyforage

Natural Beekeeping - Willow Hanikson

Apitherapy - Embody Bee


Art Exhibition by Kai Wilder

Rudolf Steiner 2 lecture reading with Harry Brown