Bees@UniMelb

One third of all the food we eat is pollinated by bees. Many of the fruits, vegetables and tree nuts (such as almonds) we consume rely on the interaction of blossom and bee.

Bees@UniMelb is an initiative that aims to educate staff and students about bees and beekeeping on campus.

Currently there are seven hives located across Parkville and Southbank campuses, including the Australia-first chimney hive in the System Garden.

To join our newsletter or pre-order honey, contact bee-keepers@unimelb.edu.au

Latest News

Honey Harvest

The Great Honey Wars
A passion for bees and beekeeping gives Professor Jean-Pierre Scheerlinck the headspace to think creatively about biosecurity and threats to the complex food production chain.