Our Main Raw Bush Honey Crop comes from the grey Iron Bark trees found along the coastal forests of the Mid Coast of NSW.
Our Raw Bush honey is produced by bees sustainably foraging primarily on pristine State Forest and National Parks Forest, free from herbicides, pesticides and other contaminants.
Our Jellybush (Manuka) honey is collected in Spring from local Native Leptospermum species of plants which produce BIO-Active qualities in the honey due to the presence of Methylglyoxal (MGO) which works in Synergy with other compounds occurring uniquely in that honey.
Our Ironbark Honey is a clean clear honey of exceptionally high quality and is collected each year During the summer months, sometimes collected with proportions of White Mahogany, Greygum, Brushbox, Bloodwood and other local Eucalypt honeys as well.
Our Tea-Tree Mixed Blossom Winter Honey provides an extra health boost and delivers a seasonally varying flavour that always delights. It is often harvested with traces of Banksia, Swamp mahogany, Spotted Gum and Flooded Gum, leptospermum species as well as all the diverse wild-flowers of the coastal heathlands.
Our delicious Mixed Eucalypt honey captures a range of flavours occurring in the native forests throughout they year, and changes seasonally.
During processing the honey we only coarsely filter the honey, then use gravity to settle the honey and wax before it is transferred to storage tanks. We do not heat the honey excessively to assist in the extracting process as this detracts from the quality of the product, and our aim is to produce 100% Raw, Natural Bush Honey.
We previously sold honey in a range of jars, pails and squeeze bottles, and will likely do so again when our kids are a bit older:
We currently provide Raw Bush Honey in bulk containers such as BLUE 44 Gal Poly drum (205L = Approx 300kg) or in 1000L Intermediate Bulk Containers (1000L IBC = approx 1450kg).
This is our preferred method of selling honey- barrels or Pails.