All the honey is  processed at Beechina in a quality assured processing plant.

Types of Honey produced by Bees Neez Apiaries


JARRAH HONEYJarrah HoneyJarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) trees are a large forest tree usually found extending from Gingin, north of Perth to as far south as Albany, prevalent in the Darling Range.  Jarrah generally flowers every two years, usually from December through to January.  Honey collection is from the Mundaring State Forest and private properties in the Chidlow area.

A dark thick honey with caramel consistency it is not as sweet as other honeys due to the low glucose and high fructose levels.  For this reason Jarrah honey will not candy and it also gives it a lower GI than other honeys.

Much research has been carried out on Jarrah honey and due to high hydrogen peroxide activities it can inhibit Golden Staph bacteria.  HEALING HONEY (For further information on this wonderful honey see section "Media Releases")

"I have been eating Bees Neez Jarrah honey to treat helicobacter pylori, as the anti biotic treatment prescribed made me extremely ill and not altogether successful.  I read about the medicinal quality of Jarrah honey, which to my delight has cleared the problem"   Sonia, Perth West Aust.

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The above photos were taken over a period of 3 weeks to treat a burn caused from the exhaust of a motorbike.  The burn was sealed with glad wrap and then bandaged, dressing was changed every second day.  Although in this case the Jarrah honey was applied undiluted to the gladwrap which caused some stinging there is some discussion that by diluting it with water and flushing the wound that this may cause less discomfort.  Either way proof from the pictures that Jarrah honey is successful in treating burns and aids in the healing process.


PURE NATURAL HONEY….This honey is generally a mixture of different types of honey as all these were flowering in one area at the same time. Sometimes when we relocate the hives to a new area and then remove the honey super it can contain the new nectar which when we bring it back to the extraction plant it blends the two types.

Currently the main varieties under this label are Yorkgum (from Ninghan Station) and Wildflower (from Greenhead)

The result is a light, delicately sweet tasting honey.


WHITE GUM HONEYWhite gum (Eucalyptus wandoo) trees are widespread in the Darling Range.  It is collected from the Dale Forest and the northern wheat belt areas around Morawa and Walebing.  It usually flowers from November – July however it is becoming less reliable due to the drier winters we are experiencing.

The honey is light in colour and tastes like butterscotch lollies.


SALVATION JANESalvation Jane (also known as Patersons Curse) is the purple flower found from September – November in many properties over Australia.  Honey is collected from Kalbarri and Northam areas.  Some extractions may also be mixed with some Capeweed nectar also.

A very sweet honey light in flavour and colour.


GOLDFIELDS MALLEE HONEYGoldfields Mallee (Eucalyptus celastroides/Eucalyptus gracilis) is a tree that is widespread thoroughout the drier regions of Australia.  There are many different species. We place the hives in the Goldfields, east of Perth on Crown Land.

The honey is light in colour with a  smooth, thick consistency. In the cooler weather it tends to candy quickly due to the high glucose levels.

A delicious honey for use in beverages or on crumpets.


WILDFLOWER HONEYWildflower honey is collected from Greenhead and Kalbarri, North of Perth.  The bees visit many types of heath flowers to collect this honey.

The honey is light in colour, flowery flavour with a pleasant aftertaste.


REDGUM HONEYRedgum (Marri) trees are widespread and generally flower each year, usually from February to March.  Honey collection is from Mundaring State Forest, private properties in the Chidlow and Dandaragan areas.

A light coloured honey with sweet perfumed tones.


BLACKBUTT HONEYBlackbutt trees (Eucalyptus patens) is widespread from Gidgegannup through to Albany area.  Grown in moist soils usually near rivers and creeks in the Jarrah forests.  Bees Neez Apiaries collect from mainly Collie and Mundaring.  Like many Eucalypt trees, Blackbutt is becoming rare both due to logging and unpredictable flowering. 

The honey is dark in colour, similar to Jarrah it stays liquid for a long time.


POWDERBARK HONEYPowderbark (Eucalyptus accedens) trees are a small to medium-sized tree of the Darling Range from Williams in the south to Toodyay, endemic to Western Australia. Usually flowers December to March. Pollen very useful for building and maintaining bee colonies.

Bees Neez Apiaries place hives on private properties at York to collect this lovely light coloured honey that has a delightful creamy buttery flavour.


YORKGUM HONEY(Eucalyptus Loxophleba) trees are widespread outside of the wetter areas of the South-West. Honey is collected from Ninghan Station nr Paynes Find, the Goldfields, Moora and Northam. It usually flowers April – October, like the White Gum it is becoming less reliable due to the drier climate.

A sweet light honey that candies smooth and makes a perfect creamed honey.


BROWN MALLET HONEYBrown mallet (Eucalyptus astringens) trees are located in the Dryandra State Forest (home of the numbat) South East of Perth.  It usually flowers October – November. A light coloured honey with a mild flavour, it will crystallise due to the high glucose content. To re-liquefy stand container in warm water. 

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