Field Day

Our Club’s annual Field Day is on the 12th March at Peak Crossing School.

Everyone Welcome.

We have a fabulous line-up of speakers so it will be an exciting and informative day. Please bring along some protective clothing if you are going to go down to look at the hive demonstrations.
There will be morning tea, lunch and soft drinks available for purchase. Please bring some extra coins, as there will be cent auction tickets to purchase in the main hall with great prizes.

Burnett Beekeeping Supplies will be there on the day. If you wish you can pre-order items. That way you are assured of receiving the bee equipment that you require.

Phone 0427946614 or 0429130167. Their web site is

Moore Bee-J Products will also be attending as well as craft and plant stalls. The will be a honey and baking competitions.
This year for the first time we will be selling club honey at $5.00 a jar or 2 for $9.00.

Entry is $2.00 per person.

8.50am – Honey and Cake entries to be submitted.
9.00am – Official Opening – Kylie Stoneman – Councillor – Ipswich City Council
9.30am – Trevor Weatherhead – Industry Update

10.00am – Morning Tea

10.30am – Patricia Swift – Biosecurity Queensland
11.15am – Howard Kirby Queen Bee Breeder

Noon Lunch, BBQ Steak Burgers and Sausages and soft drinks available for purchase

12.15pm Flow Hive Demonstration
1.00pm Flow Hive Talk
2.00pm Lucky Door Prize & Results of Inter Club Trophy

Cent Auction tickets available in the main hall, fabulous prizes to be won.
Peter Warhurst Honey Competition Judge.
Ronda Warhurst Judge cake and biscuits.

The honey schedule and recipes for the baking competition are in the February Newsletter. February Newsletter


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