The Honey Festival will have plenty to see and do for those who love bees and honey.

Chef Don Hancey will be cooking up some culinary honey themed delights, while Sue Lewis Chocolatier will be hosting a chocolate demonstration. There'll also be beeswax wrap making demos, honey to take home, candle making workshops, bee friendly plants for sale, beehive displays and talks from industry leaders where budding hobbyists can learn about getting started and even relocating hives.

Aboriginal dance group, Wadumbah will perform at 11am with their traditional Bee Dance and music. 

This event is supported by MRA.

When

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More info

This event is organised by Bee Industry Council of Western Australia

Where

Yagan Square

Corner Wellington Street and William Street, Perth

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