We are currently producing from these postcodes with varying quantities available. See further below for upcoming postcodes that are this close to production. If you only want to buy one jar from your local shop our postcodes are generally available from the nearest stockist:
6000 - several sites here on top of buildings on Wellington and Mill Streets Perth and in a backyard on the edge of Northbridge just near Hyde Park
6004 - from a lovely historic site at the Old Perth Girls' School in East Perth, these bees have not only an excellent outlook, but are have seen a few top shows already
6006 - the original North Perth from our own backyard, and now our friends in Redfern Street
6007 - hot off the hive is West Leederville in the monastery precinct near Lake Monger - yummy
6008 - Subiaco - yes, the people spoke on this one and the council now allows hives
6009 - Dalkeith has a few sites - two opposite the road from each other!
6010 - this is one of our bees' best views and overlooks a pool and the Swan River in Claremont
6011 - last harvest from Peppermint Grove had a lovely tannic quality and was dark, like Orange Pekoe tea
6012 - from two sites - one near the river and one on top of the shopping centre, Mosman Park honey is redolent of trees from the the lush vegetation in this suburb
6014 - Wembley's finest, from some of the leafy lovely gardens in this old suburb
6015 - a long promised coastal favourite, City Beach is from near the old high school and now available
6016 - Mt Hawthorn the original dunny honey, on the lane
6017 - Herdsman - who even knew this was a suburb? As the suburb boundary neatly avoids all houses, this honey is full of all the bush (and the odd market garden) from this secret location. Snakes are not included.
6018 - a lovely location in Woodlands near Jackadder Lake
6019 - Scarborough - near the seven hills and as fresh, breezy and salty as you'd expect from this near coastal location
6020 - North Beach - the sea breeze ensures this usually has a final salty note
6021 - Stirling is another new suburb in our stable of suburban superfoods and is just as good as you'd expect.
6022 - Hamersley has only just made it into the jar and is all you would expect of this well established suburb, lots of native bush nearby.
6026 - Kingsley lots of lovely regional parks and lake around here create a perfect environment for honey making - melaleucas, callistemons and other native species produce the goods.
6027 - Mullalloo and a heap of other nearby suburbs right on the beach with ranges of terrain and flora, plus the salt always make this honey spot on
6028 - Currambine is also close to the beach with its other 6028 compatriots, plus the golf course and other local bush helps this along
6029 - Trigg - how good and salty will this one be? Tucked behind the sand dune, in a beaut protected pocket
6030 - Quinns Rocks, Mindarie and surrounds - this has a bit of salt in it too and is a lovely, lively, cheeky honey which you northerners will love
6036 - one of our freshest hives in Butler
6050 - Coolbinia and Menora - two hive locations with some top gardens
6052 - Our Bedford hive is in a lovely, big, well established garden and is always a reliable producer and reflects whatever is flowering - usually exotics - at any time of year.
6053 - Bayswater and the co-stars of our Today Tonight spot - a beautiful garden and in the right conditions will be lovely and lemony
6054 - Bassendean and Ashfield are two sites in this heritage suburb that bring the honey home, lots of exotics plus all the river has nearby
6055 - Guildford - beautiful rose-filled gardens in the heritage precinct can produce some spectacular honeys, particularly in summer
6056 - Bellevue and Herne Hill - produces the goods for people in the Midland area!
6059 - Dianella - yes you asked for it! High on the hill, this hive has a great aspect and plenty of gardens and reserve to pick from
6060 - Yokine - two locations, both tamed swarms - these bees just wanted to live in Yokine
6061 - Nollamara - there is a lot more bush in this postcode than you'd imagine and the bees thrive
6062 - Embleton - a lovely garden on a massive block
6064 - Alexander Heights - this one is also new off the hive and becoming a favourite
6065 - Mariginiup - very popular with the locals, has been selling like wildfire, lovely bush taste with quite a bit of native nectar
6066 - Ballajura is a bit of a secret for the locals - great nearby bush and delicious honey
6071 - Glen Forrest - quintessential hills with plenty of Marri and Jarrah and all the lovely national park stuff
6073 - Mundaring - and so far only Jarrah honey from this area, but we're working on other floral honeys too
6074 - Sawyers Valley is one of our newer hives and only available online
6076 - the locals love Kalamunda for good reason - great bush, a fantastic view over the top of the scarp and some delicious honey
6081 - Bert's hives at Parkerville were slow burners, but are now producing from a range of native flowers and nearby fruit orchards.
6082 - Mt Helena is another jewel site nestled in the hills, producing lots of native bush honey.
6083 - Gidgegannup - White Gum, Red Gum and other seasonal flowers from our mate Chris's hives
6084 - Bullsbrook while it may feel like it's on the way to Broome, it's not that far - but far enough to have access to the foothills and some great native flora
6100 - Victoria Park - also new, this one's a cracker and has been well received by the locals
6101 - East Victoria Park - from a cracker garden
6102 - Bentley - a very urban hive - with top hosts
6111 - Roleystone - set in Raeburn Orchards, this gets lots of fruit nectar, as well as nearby remnant native bush
6121 - Roxy's house in Oakford is such a great producer and so delicious, that she and her mates eat nearly all of it
6122 - Cardup, site of the old brickworks, this area is full of sandy scrub and supports a range of flora, especially banksia
6125 - Serpentine - lots of Jarrah and Marri up here of course, and heading up the scarp means there a few changes in the flora
6126 - Keysbrook is a really long, thin suburb, nearly 40km wide from the plain and heading up to Mt Cooke - lots of diversity here, but always good honey
6147 - Parkwood and surrounding suburbs have a little access to river reserves and nearly parks and golf courses, plenty of exotic and river flora producing a good consistent honey
6148 - Rossmoyne - gorgeous river honey, sometimes quite pepperminty
6149 - a terrifically productive hive in Bullcreek
6151 - Kensington - the most recent harvest is almost vanilla in flavour and very light - our daughter's favourite.
6152 - another hole in the suburbs filled by lovely leafy Como
6153 - Applecross - a silver award winner at this 2019 Perth Royal Food Awards (sadly this batch is now sold out) - but at the right time of year, chock-a-block with delicate fragrant jacaranda nectar.
6154 - Booragoon - this is a great hive, also with a tiny bit of river access near Tompkins Park and the essence of these suburbs with plenty of native street trees and bushes
6155 - Canning Vale/Willetton - a huge suburb with a range of land uses, and often a surprisingly dark and rich honey. Locals love this honey with good reason.
6156 - Willagee is another long awaited suburb, now available
6157 - Bicton - Geoff's bees share their garden with the chooks and swing down to the river for a drink when they're not in the pool
6160 - Fremantle - the bees pay homage to Bon Scott on their daily forage
6162 - South Fremantle - WGV and catches the Doctor of course
6163 - Hilton - a big postcode with lots of bush, park and flowers all year round
6164 - Atwell - another big suburb with lots of land uses and starting to get into market garden territory which can only be good for bee and market garden!
6167 - Wandi - lots of suburbs and action in this postcode - also market gardens and lots of bush and native flora - this postcode is only available online
6210 - Coodanup & Greenfields (the real Mandurah) - a lovely dark honey most of the time and very rich
6211 - Dawesville - this hive with a view is located just above the water at the inlet
6213 - gorgeous Dwellingup hosts a number of top honey producers and products and we were lucky to get our hands on some Blackbutt - limited numbers only
6215 - how good is the Marri from Waroona!
6258 - Liquid karri from just near Quinninup - this is the deep heart of karri country and this honey is golden and buttery and quintessential WA
6262 - Northcliffe Karri is every bit as good as its Perth Royal Show 'Champion Honey' predecessor the creamed 6258 Warren River Karri. We have only creamed Karri left for 6262
6275 - Jarrah honey is just one of Nannup's claims to fame and we are lucky to have some of the hotly sought nectar
6280 - deep in vineyard country Wilyabrup has been a consistent producer of some lovely down south bush honey
6281 - high on the hill at Eagle Bay this has been a long time coming but worth the wait. Local bush, a hint of peppy and of course salt.
6282 - filling out the gaps on the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, Yallingup is similar to Eagle Bay with lots of native bush flower and no doubt the bees swing past a few vineyards on the way.
6285 - two sites at this postcode Rosa Brook - a few clicks south east of Margaret River on a beautiful farm alongside a marri forest and Burnside, just off the Caves Road near Prevelly.
6286 - Dad's farm in Forest Grove and further south near Karridale - just on the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park and within flying distance of Contos
6336 - Needilup - just under 200 clicks north east of Albany, this honey is lemongrassy and the lightest of our honeys to date. The bees are on the tagasaste (a tree lucerne) here which creates the unique flavour and colour.
6337 - Mallee from just off the edge of the Fitzgerald National Park near Jerramungup is another unique honey from the deep south - it's a must try.
6502 - Powderbark Gum from Bindoon will be a firm favourite of West Aussies who know their honey and a bronze medal winner from the 2019 Perth Royal Food Awards
6507 - Regans Ford - pure Banksia, this has hints of malt and has dialled down the sugar - delicious
6525 - one of our more interesting honeys, this has an earthy palate with mushroomy notes from east of Dongara - NOT TO EVERYONE'S TASTE!
6562 - Woottating, just out of York, this honey is mostly Marri supplied by the Wandoo National Park, but sometimes can be Jarrah.
These hives are buzzing away and are not yet available but Coming Soon:
6051 - Maylands
6107 - Cannington
6158 - East Fremantle
6159 - North Fremantle
6290 - Dad's new house in Augusta promises to be a good one with a sweet as NZ Pohutakawa in the front yard
6390 - Boddington
Quite a few to go!