You don’t need to be a bee keeper, be a keeper of bees…

by making our outdoor spaces a welcoming habitat for both new and existing bees and pollinators. Without bees and other pollinators much of the world’s food supply would end so it’s critical to support these essential links in our global food chain.

It’s Australian Pollinator Week!

12th – 20th November 2022

Australian Pollinator Week acknowledges our important and unique insect pollinators during our southern spring (November). It is a designated week when communities, businesses and organisations can come together to raise awareness of the importance of pollinators and support their needs.

Through group activities, community members can learn and laugh together as they help to support our pollinators. By engaging communities in schools, retirement villages, art groups, gardening clubs, community gardens, local council areas, Landcare groups and neighbourhoods we can increase awareness and act on our increased knowledge.

Image Credit: Mel @rewildingaustralia (instagram)

Our Focus

We aim to educate and encourage action to support bees and pollinators and their role in agriculture & horticulture around the world, thus ensuring food security.

Powerful Pollinators

Attract bees and other pollinators to your garden, with strategic planting advice from the Wheen Bee Foundation.

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The Waggle Dance

This dance mimics the extraordinary way honey bees communicate and celebrates bees’ crucial role in pollination and food security.

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Disease - Varroa

Upto date advice on the Varroa mite incursion in NSW and the current eradication efforts by New South Wales Department of Primary Industries.

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At the invitation of Donna Martin (current President of Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh and Co-Chair of Environment/Sustainability for District 9800), Rotarians for BEES were delighted to participate in the annual Bacchus Marsh Flower and Garden Show. The...

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We would love to hear from you. Whether you’re a Rotarian or not, we need people like you getting involved to help create the awareness to solve the issues faced by our pollinators..