QBA
Queensland Beekeepers’ Association.
CLICK HERE

Become a member of the QBA
CLICK HERE

QBA Branches.
CLICK HERE

Barambah Beekeepers.
CLICK HERE

Buy Sell Swap Giveaway.
CLICK HERE

The BeeHouse.
Max and Trudi Lindegger in beautiful Crystal Waters, SEQ.
CLICK HERE

Aussie Bee + Australian Native Bee Research Centre.
Anne and Les Dollin.
CLICK HERE

Kin Kin Native Bees.
Chris Fuller.
CLICK HERE

Sugarbag Bees.
Tim Heard.

CLICK HERE

ANBeeC
Brisbane Native Beekeepers’ Club.
CLICK HERE and CLICK HERE

What kind of native bee is this?
CLICK HERE

Sunshine Coast Beekeepers Group.
CLICK HERE
for website (link coming soon)
CLICK HERE
  for their FaceBook.

Wheen Bee Foundation.
CLICK HERE

AHBIC.
Australian Honey Bee Industry Council.
CLICK HERE

Beekeeping Club Support by Flow Hive.
CLICK HERE

Flow Hive Deal
Our Unique Share Link  CLICK HERE

Our Unique Flow Hive Referral Link  CLICK HERE

Bee Yourself.
Sarah Hamilton.
CLICK HERE

Bee Aware Brisbane.
Tobias Smith.
CLICK HERE

TANBC
The Australian Native Bee Company.

Steve Maginnity.
CLICK HERE

Bob The Beeman Luttrell.
Native Bees.
CLICK HERE and HERE

For Downloads and Information Sheets from Bob  CLICK HERE

Brisbane Backyard Bees.
Paul Wood.
CLICK HERE

Bee One Third.
Jack Wilson Stone.
CLICK HERE  
and  HERE

Gold Coast Regional Beekeepers.
CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE  for powerpoint presentations.

Gold Coast Amateur Beekeepers.
CLICK HERE

PermApIculture.
PermApiculture (Permanent + Apiculture) is a system of beekeeping designed to imitate the bees’ habitat in nature as closely as possible.
CLICK HERE

Making a Perone Hive
CLICK HERE

Hive Haven.
Ann and Jeff Ross.
CLICK HERE

Gympie and District Landcare.
Nursery, native plants for bees, pest awareness, honey bee workshops.
CLICK HERE

National Bee Aware Program.
CLICK HERE

Northside Beekeepers.
CLICK HERE

Zabel Bees.
CLICK HERE

Ethnobeeology.
Bees and people from around the world.

CLICK HERE

MRCCC
Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee.
Valley Bees is auspiced by the MRCCC. We celebrate our connection to the group, as we celebrate our bees enjoying the myriad of beneficial RIPARIAN ZONES up and down the tributaries and expanses of our favourite river. For the MRCCC website CLICK HERE

The ‘Something About Mary’ booklet showcases our local river and her unique endangered species. VIEW PDF

Pictured is Obi, a Mary River Cod. Check out the Gerry Cook Hatchery  CLICK HERE

Article on Bees in the Riparian Zones  CLICK HERE