ChemCentre Research Day 2018

WA Honey Research Extension was presented by the ChemCentre and included CRCHBP collaborative research projects with the ChemCentre, BICWA, Curtin University, WA Farmers and WA State Government agencies.

CRCHBP at the Honey Festival

Despite the weather (tents nearly blown away), the public interest in the Honey bee industry was over whelming. CRCHBP played a small role in telling the public about the research happening across Australia. If you ever visit Perth, please go to Yagun Square and enjoy two new business ‘Honey I’m Home’ and ‘The Honey Cake’.

Learn about honey industry at hackathon

YANCHEP and Gingin residents keen to learn more about the potential of and challenges facing the honey industry can attend a honey hackathon later this month. The University of Western Australia is hosting the three-day event which will examine how to get international buyers to recognise the value of Western Australian honey and create opportunities …

Sweet as: The rise and rise of West Australian honey

WA honey is some of the healthiest in the world. Photo: Chem Centre Things are looking pretty sweet for WA’s honey industry. Premium varieties exclusive to our state like jarrah and marri are finally getting the international recognition they deserve, investment in infrastructure is increasing and interest in beekeeping is exploding. Farm gate prices are …