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We always call in when in the area especially to get their raw honey. There is not a lot to see or do but they are a friendly family operation who are happy to answer questions and talk about their business. Lots of honey to...More
Our group of 17 dropped in to try the honey and very glad we did. We were treated by a friendly young man that told us all about the family run business. He then explained all the different honey they have and how they make...More
This is the place to stop to get some honey straight from the producers.
Great tasting honey, especially the Bloody Good Honey..... and the other varieties. I also settled on a bottle of Mead, it's made out of honey but alcoholic.. also tastes bloody good.......More
An unpretentious looking establishment, but the lady in the "little shed" was really welcoming, proved to be very knowledgeable and prepared to share her knowledge. She was able to educate us in the differences between the different styles of honey and the differences between the...More
When you pull up to Walkabout it honestly looks like a little shed but inside is filled with liquid gold!
Friendly and knowledgeable staff who are always welcoming. They are happy to chat about the honey and offer recommendations of other places to visit.
The Walkabout apiaries was recommended us when we visited Milawa mustards. It was interesting unusual honey expirience. We tasted alcohol drinks based on honey and eucalyptus raw honey. This place is running by third family generation. We also brought raw honey home.
Only really a shed on the property but don't let that put you off. One of the owners will spend time with you providing lots of interesting information and letting you try all their products. Highly recommend, the honey is really nice. We went on...More
Not a flash place to visit but a nice place and the owner was very friendly and of course knows all about their honey and bees. It was interesting to learn about the bees and how they make the honey and how the honey us...More