EVERY EFFORT IS MADE TO HELP OUR NEW MEMBERS ACHIEVE ALL THEY WISH TO AS BEEKEEPERS.
It is highly recommended that all new beekeepers attend a Beginner Beekeeping Course. These are available through a number of sources in the club. Check our Beekeeping Courses Page to see when & where the next one is coming up.
Field Day events are held throughout the Spring & Summer all over the state. Details on the Calendar - Upcoming Events
The club attends a number of Community Shows and events throughout the year. The calendar on the Home page will keep you up to date with upcoming events.
Among the many services available to the club members is the hire of the club’s 3 frame honey extractor, electric de-capping knife, tubs and double strainer Please follow this LINK for this and other club services.
Meetings and supper in particular provide an opportunity to chat with other beekeepers living in the local area. You can compare notes and get answers to burning questions. Check out our excellent library books as you partake of a delightful supper.
May is our Annual Honey & Mead Tasting Competition. Come along and join the fun and the experience of tasting so many different flavoured honeys from around South Gippsland.
Monthly Meetings include lots of Q&A sessions to get advice on any tricky situations you or your bees may have.
Regular special speakers bring their interesting experiences and stories to share.
July is AGM and the annual Fancy Dress/Fancy Hive extravaganza with lots of awesome prizes, even if you don't dress up or bring a decorated hive!