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Why is Western Australia Honey Different?


Our State

Western Australia is one of the last places in the world where traditional beekeeping is practised. Our beekeepers do not need to use chemicals or antibiotics to manage pests and diseases as we are fortunate that we have not yet been exposed. This makes honey from our WA forests, clean – free of pesticides and produced in a green environment in combination with our pristine forests. When you purchase West Australian honey, you can be sure you are receiving a quality product.

WA Honey is Clean and Green!

Western Australian honey is often considered to be "clean and green" due to the high-quality environment in which it is produced. The forests of Western Australia are relatively unspoiled and free from many of the pollutants and pesticides that are found in other parts of the world. This results in honey that is pure, natural, and free from contaminants. Additionally, the beekeeping practices used in Western Australia are typically sustainable and environmentally friendly, further contributing to the "clean and green" reputation of Western Australian honey. This is why Western Australian honey is highly valued by consumers who are looking for high-quality, natural products that are produced in an environmentally responsible way.


Varroa mite is a deadly parasite to honey bees. It is found worldwide with Australia being the most recent continent to discover the pest. Thanks to active biosecurity procedures and quarantine controls in place, Western Australia is still free of this pest. 


Our Forests

Western Australia is known for its unique and diverse range of forests, which are distinct from those in other parts of Australia.

Most nectar is sourced from our wide range of Eucalypt forests which are away from farmland where chemical sprays may be used. This adds to the consumer confidence that the bees are producing honey in a natural environment.

We work with Western Australian Beekeepers to help connect your international company with those that can meet your honey export needs.

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