About Brisbane Native Beekeepers Club.

The BNBeeC is a face-to-face community of Brisbane-based native bee keepers, who meet to learn and exchange of ideas about Australian native bees and their keeping. The BNBeeC meets on the first Sunday of each month.

If you are not yet a beekeeper, or have a more casual interest in native bees, please have a look for some learning opportunities before attending a meeting. You'll get more out of it if you have some base knowledge about native bees before you arrive.  A good place to your journey is with a Google search of local introductory native bee workshops and by browsing the fantastic Aussie Bee website.

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Club meetings:

Club meetings are held on the first Sunday of the month at "The Hut", THEA, 47 Fleming Rd, Chapel Hill, Brisbane from 1pm to 3pm.

The cost is a $5 donation per meeting and includes a specialised speaker, tea, coffee, bikkies and great bee conversation. There is also the chance to ask for and receive a mentor for those new to native beekeeping at the meetings. Members also receive the club newsletter on a monthly-ish basis.

Visitors welcome!  ($5 donation too please - its worth it!) See you there!