Common questions about beekeeping in Alice Springs

Make sure you’ve got your facts straight. If you’ve got a question, look through our FAQs here to see if we have the answer you’re looking for. Or contact our office and speak to a friendly staff member directly.

Yes, but there are restrictions for where beehives can be set up. Being able to take part in Host-a-Hive depends where you are located. Contact Red Centre Honey to find out if you are eligible.

If left to themselves bees generally won’t be dangerous, unlike wasps. However, if sprayed with a hose or insect repellent they can get angry and sting you. This is particularly dangerous if you suffer an allergy to bees. If you need a beehive or swarm moved, contact our office immediately.

There are a number of steps to become a beekeeper. For the best start, look through our website to learn about bees and contact us to take part in our informative beekeeping workshops.

At the moment IGA stores in Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and Yulara stock our honey products. Contact our office to find your nearest stockist.

Yes! No harvest is too small for Red Centre Honey. Head to our Business Enquiries page to find out more.

Yes! Red Centre Honey is a distributor for BioHoney, which is a great and quick way to help heal burns, infections, leg ulcers and other health issues. Head through to our Medicinal Honey section on the Honey and Wax page to find out more.