Experience has taught us that a good time is easy to find when it involves honeybees. Our clients include Archie Rose, Guerlian, Mosman Council, Cornersmith and many more. We've made mead, taught residents about the importance of bees, shaken and stirred more than a few cocktails and enjoyed a relaxing high tea. So, if you've got an idea, get in touch – we're listening.
Working with a wide variety of clients, we tailor our bespoke experiences to your needs to make your event sweet and unique.
Many of our clients contact us because we share something in common – we both like honey! If you have a product that pays respect to the incredible work bees do, then tailoring an experience where your guests get to share the passion is easy. We've got a huge selection of honey to choose from, beekeepers who love to share their knowledge, and bees who can always be counted on to perform!
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Engage in a unique opportunity to collaborate with The Urban Beehive with one of our bespoke beekeeping experiences. Learn about local pollinators, invest in the environmental benefits of supporting bees, and indulge your clients and staff with a unique moment.
Local bee clubs are a vital part of the beekeeping community. Contact us about speaking at your next meeting or joining an online chat or event.
Beekeeping themed props, presentations, skill and experience.
The Urban Beehive’s Vaucluse House Honey is one of our best sellers at the museum shop at Vaucluse House. It is a great quality product, and as the honey is sourced from the hives that are part of the museum’s kitchen garden, it is a perfect souvenir or gift. Museums of History NSW also sells The Urban Beehive’s Sydney honey at the Hyde Park Barracks’ Museum shop and the Bullion Store, located at The Mint. Both products are very popular with visitors and staff alike.
At Carriageworks, we have five busy beehives tucked into an old yellow railway traverser by the tracks – see if you can spot them as you pass by on the train! The wonderful team at The Urban Beehive lovingly manages the welfare of our bees and harvests the delicious Sweet Arts honey that we sell at the Carriageworks Farmers Market every Saturday.
The Urban Beehive is the only store you want to deal with if you want to keep bees for environmental sustainability. Vicky and Doug trained me in beekeeping as well as providing all the gear and support – they are the best beekeepers: authentic, kind and most helpful, and nothing was too much for them.
The Urban Beehive has been tending the hives on the roof of Bourke Street Bakery, Banksmeadow, for six years. The hives produce an abundance of delicious honey, which we sell in our bakeries. I highly recommend getting some urban beehives on your roof.
The Urban Beehive has been looking after the hives in the Vaucluse House kitchen garden for eight years. Apart from expertly harvesting and bottling the most delicious honey for our shop – which always sells out! – Vicky’s regular check-ups keep the bees happy and healthy.
Vicky and Doug love to share their incredible knowledge and I have learned a new mind-blowing bee fact at every one of their visits. The more I learn the more I’m in awe of these mysterious honey producing, pollinating, little geniuses! Such a great team.
I was lucky enough to be gifted a beekeeping course with The Urban Beehive and it was fantastic! Not only are the beekeepers highly experienced and thoughtful in the way that they present this important topic, they invest deep levels of care and commitment into ensuring that the bees are always the priority, and that students are aware of the vital importance of urban pollinators in the city. If you have any interest in bees, sign up now. You won’t regret it.
I have been purchasing quality beekeeping equipment from The Urban Beehive for years now. Shipping costs to South Australia are very reasonable and all orders have arrived quickly and packed well. Not only that, but at the height of spring when all other stores had run out of Australian beeswax foundation, The Urban Beehive had plenty in stock. I’m sold!
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We are willing to travel outside of Sydney but please be aware that extra charges may apply to cover expenses.
While we would love everyone to experience the joys of seeing and opening a beehive our time is valuable. Contact us for private-tour rates, but check out your local bee club, too – most hold regular field days where you visit the club apiary and see the bees. Google ‘local bee club’ for more info.
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