Mallee Honey

Mallee Honey

The Mallee is a Eucalyptus shrub that is found in the Central Wheat Belt region of Western Australia, which produces honey that is light amber in colour with a very unique caramel "Wheat Belt" or “bush” flavour. Given its strong flavour, Mallee honey is a great choice for cooking and baking.


Flowers appear from late winter though to December. The green yellow bud caps open to a creamy yellow flower that spans up to 5cm across. It is a great honey making tree, attracting many birds and bees.


Our Mallee honey includes the Burraccoppin, Yates, Old Fields and Goldfields Mallee varieties.

Our honey is harvested from a green and clean environment. We use no chemicals or pesticides. Our honey is guaranteed 100% natural, sourced direct from the beekeeper and provided with no additives or preservatives.


We pride ourselves in selling only export quality pure honey. Each production of honey is given a certification by ChemCentre, a Western Australian statutory authority, certifying its activity.


    Colour: Dark golden

    Flavour: Bold “bush” flavour; strong and sweet

    Storage: Cool, dry place