Hello again, 🙂 Last Friday I had the privilege of presenting to the Geelong Beekeepers Club on my trip to Ireland last August. I spoke of the different beekeeping operations I visited in Dublin, Galway and Lahinch and the great beekeepers I met. The talk was well received with lots of questions. If you’re in the Geelong region on Sunday March 18th be sure to […]
Running a honey business can be a busy enterprise, especially in Spring, and this season has been much stronger than past years with plenty of rain and warm days. The blossom started early and has been strong generating lots of work both for our friend the bee but also for all beekeepers, hence the absence of any entries on my blog. But I’m back and […]
While on my way to Ireland I stopped off at Dubai for a couple of hours and as any beekeeper would, looked for any Honey for sale. Forest honey for sale in the middle of a desert hmm.. Onwards to Ireland…… ????????????
It’s 9pm on a Saturday night and I’m waiting in the Qantas lounge, at Melbourne Airport, ready to fly to London. Then it’s off to Dublin, Ireland to meet the crew from the Dublin Honey Project whose aim is to create Honey from each of the Dublin postcodes. I’ll be chatting with them about placing bee hives on the roofs of city buildings and to […]
Situated at the beginning of the Great Ocean Road in Torquay, Victoria, Surfcoast Honey is a small local business owned and operated by Tony and Heather McNamara. Both long term members of the community, having raised family and worked in and around Torquay we have a passionate commitment to the local community. This “local” ethos is reflected in our business with all of our bee […]