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West Coast Honey

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by Aleisha (subscribe)
Perth - Writer - Mum - Traveller - Business Owner - Storyteller. Instagram: @cloudsofwhitetravel
Published October 26th 2015
Pooh Bear would be in his element here
Have you ever seen a queen bee in real life?

At West Coast Honey, you can not only taste a bunch of yummy different types of honey, but see bees going about their honey making duties in a live bee display.



The friendly staff at West Coast Honey in Gingin, north of Perth, can point out the drone bees and try to help you spot the queen bee within the contained display where bees travel in to from a see-through tube that comes into the building from the outside from near the roof.



A variety of honeys are available to taste and buy.

The honeys are named for the plants that the bees have collected nectar from and include banksia and jarrah.

As well as the regular honey on many breakfast tables, West Coast Honey also make creamy honey.



Prices depend on the type of honey but start from about $4.50 for a 250g jar of honey to about $32 for 3kg pail.

There are also other honey products for sale including wax, honeycomb, vinegar and health products.

While there, your might want to stop at the on sight cafe for devonshire tea with honey on your scones or try the honey ice-cream.



West Coast Honey is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 2pm.

There is no cost to enter and take a look at the bee display.



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Where: 172 Gingin Brook Road Granville, Gingin, WA
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