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Robina Neighborhood Honey
Since 2016, Robina Town Centre has introduced over 1 million bees to the suburb of Robina in partnership with local apiarist, Bee One Third.
Published 03 June
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Bees play a crucial role in human horticulture and food production and with recent declines in the global bee population, there has never been a more important time to help protect them.

Since 2016, Robina Town Centre has been playing a part, introducing over 1 million bees to the suburb of Robina in partnership with local apiarist, Bee One Third. With 36 beehives the Robina Bees forage as far North as Merrimac and as far south as Burleigh Heads giving a much-needed boost to local bee numbers. Varsity Lakes, Burleigh waters, Reedy Creek, Mudgeeraba and Tallai are all in the catchment areas for the Robina bees.  

The honey from the Robina Beehives is harvested, processed, extracted and bottled all without heat meaning it will retain the purity of this nutritiously dense and wonderful food. Over the past 5 years, the beehives have produced close to 2.5 tonnes of honey each year, which has been on sale in The Kitchens and used at a number of our foodies. 

If you are a registered non-for-profit organisation or charity and would like to access Robina Neighbourhood Honey to help fundraise please fill in the below form. 
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