After moving to a farm on the Mornington Peninsula, Pure Peninsula Honeys’ apiarist John Winkels turned his hobby of many years into a full time business. John found two feral beehives, which he carefully monitored, tended to and eventually moved into boxes. This was the beginning of Pure Peninsula Honey.
Today, Pure Peninsula Honey transports bees to pollinate fruit, vegetable and seed crops across Victoria and new South Wales as well as producing beeswax and high quality cold extracted honey that is rich in flavour and goodness. Pure Peninsula Honey uses the beeswax and their honey to make honey related products such as lip balms, candles, moisturiser and soap.
Come along for a free tasting to find your favourite honey and to read all the amazing facts about bees and the honey farm. Pure Peninsula Honey have a mock up of an apiary and displays of tools that beekeepers use in their work. You will be fascinated by the live bee display, so you can see into the inner sanctum of the bee world in complete safety.
Free family farm talks during the school holidays describing how bees produce honey.
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