Beekeeping Course Melbourne : 2-day program

Beekeeping Course Melbourne : 2-day program from Lifecycle Learning

By: Lifecycle Learning  26-Sep-2012
Keywords: Beekeeping Courses, Beekeeping Course Melbourne, Beekeeping Melbourne,

Interested in keeping bees and making your own honey?
We offer a practical 2-day program that covers all aspects of beekeeping for beginners. After completing this course, you will be ready to assemble a beehive, manage a colony of bees and harvest your own honey. This course includes a hive opening (weather permitting) and contains the following key elements:

  • History of Beekeeping
  • Beekeeping in Australia
  • Honeybee colonies
  • Bee biology
  • Beekeeping essentials – bees, hives & equipment
  • Hive placement and location
  • Common problems, pests & diseases
  • How to manage a bee swarm
  • How to extract honey and honeycomb


Courses are held at a training centre in Ashburton (Melbourne), Victoria.

Course dates and Fees:

  • Course fee is $350
  • Next course: Sat 12 & 13 October 2013 12pmli>

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