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We believe you should know where your food comes from, which is why we stamp each jar of Nectar Honey with a Unique Batch number which allows you to search exactly how and where your honey was collected. From the types of flowers the bees foraged amongst; through to the name of the beekeeper who lovingly collected the honey to fill your jar!


September 8, 2020

This batch was harvested the very first week of spring, from hives up near the coastal town of Dongara, North of Perth. The bees spent most of autumn and winter South in Dwellingup enjoying the Eucalyptus flowers of the native Redgum and Bullich trees. Moving in late winter up to Dongara to fill up on the nectar of the spring wildflowers. The resulting honey has a unique dark treacle flavour with floral u...

August 13, 2020

Karri is a very special honey. It is totally unique to the South West of Western Australia. This batch is a 2019 harvest from the Mount Frankland National park near Walpole. These beautiful tall trees, which grow up to 90M typically only flower once every 5-7 years.
The honey is light in colour, with a mild caramel taste. It is full of antimicrobial activity like many of our Eucalyptus honeys,

Karri is per...

May 25, 2020

An autumn harvest from Colin’s hives nestled in the Timberlands area of Wanneroo. The bees foraged on the nectar of a variety of native species throughout later summer into autumn, primarily Eucalyptus including the tall Tuart, Jarrah and Lemon scented gum trees.

This combination has resulted in a mild, honey that’s not too sweet but has warm woody and buttery tones. I have been really enjoying this batch...

April 28, 2020

Found only in the southwest of Western Australia, our beautiful Redgum trees flower each year, in swathes of dusty white blossom. The trees are called Redgum because of the bright red sap produced in response to damage, but they are traditionally known as Marri, the indigenous Noongar peoples name for the trees. The sap, or resin itself has numerous traditional uses, and is highly antiseptic.

This batch of...

January 30, 2020

A summer harvest from our hives tucked in the bush, just outside Bullsbrook. The nectar the bees foraged for this batch is a mixed bag of the native flowers from late spring to mid summer. The resulting honey is fairly light is colour and taste, with soft woody hints. It makes the perfect addition to cool summery drinks, or iced teas.

January 17, 2020

Another amazingly tasty batch from the Botanical Gardens at Wanneroo. This is a dark honey with warm, liquorice tones about it. The nectar foraged by the bees comes from a variety of flora in and around the gardens, with a good amount of red gum in it, which was just beginning to bloom before this batch was harvested. The rich flavour of this batch makes it perfect for making healthy cereal bars (check ou...

December 30, 2019

The area around our Mariginiup apiary bursts into flower every year with the bright yellow blooms of the Moodjar, or the Australian Christmas Tree. Harvested by James and his brother Dylan in January, this honey has a golden tint from the native pollens and a beautiful flavour and an orange - citrus tone.

December 9, 2019

The blooms of the Whitegum trees in the Youraling forest have produced an abundant harvest this year. The nectar the bees have foraged has produced a medium-light golden coloured honey. It has a mild buttery flavour with woody tones making this batch of Whitegum honey an all round winner! Thanks to Steve our beekeeper, and of course his bees, for this fantastic summer batch

fresh from our South West!

November 4, 2019

Along the banks of Lake Joondalup in late spring there are fluffy white blooms of the Paperbark, or also known as Melaleuca trees. The nectar foraged from these flowers makes up the majority of the honey in the hives here on the bank of the lake, with a bit also coming from some of the various banksias in the area in early spring.  The end result, is a fantastic sweet honey with a distinct woody scent as...

October 25, 2019

The fantastic Neaves road north of Perth is surrounded by all types of native blooms from Banksia Grove all the way to Bullsbrook. This batch celebrates those blooms at springtime. As our batch was harvested only a week ago, the red bottlebrushes can be seen in flower, each blossom full of bees collecting the nectar. The hives still have the banksia honey still in them from late winter. The resulting comb...

October 18, 2019

The lemon scented gum, while native to Queensland, not WA is found planted all around our beehives in Mariginiup. Flowering at the end of winter / start of spring the nectar foraged from these trees add to the winter stores from the Banksia flowers earlier. The honey is light, sweet and a bit tart. This was such a small batch, collected from only two of our hives that we decided to cream it to make a beau...

October 4, 2019

The Eucalyptus Accedens, commonly known as Powderbark Wandoo, is found only in Western Australia and is distinguished from other native Eucalyptus by the powdery orange coating on its bark.

For a few months from December it produces bushy white flowers, from which the bees love to forage nectar. The resulting honey is dark, with a herbal, slightly liquorice aroma. It has a lovely aromatic, rich woody flavo...

August 1, 2019

Harvested from hives less than 100m from the coast by Dylan and James. This batch is all the good things about a brisk winter walk on the beach, in a jar. It’s sharp flavour hits you, and the finish of herbal tones is reminiscent of the scent of coastal bush on a sunny winters day. Enjoy!

With Love,

Nectar Honey Team

July 30, 2019

From the nectar of the Wandoo flowers in the Julimar State Forest, the bees have produced a honey with buttery, caramel notes that is warm & comforting. Wandoo is a Noongar name for white gum, a Eucalyptus with distinct white bark & beautiful yellow-white flowers. It produces the finest of WA honeys! 

Our good friend Colin harvested this batch. This one will completely melt in your mouth, we can't...

June 2, 2019

The honey from Paul's hives near the Botanic Gardens delivers every time! For this batch, the bees foraged on nectar primarily from the towering gum trees in the gardens, as well as numerous other late summer blooms. Harvested right at the end of summer, it has rich buttery caramel notes.


With Love

Nectar Honey Team

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