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Creating Habitat for Pollinators - Free Workshop

Help us celebrate Pollinator Week. Join our engaging presenter Helen from Friends With Honey, and learn about the importance of pollinators and how you can help them survive.

No matter how big or small, your backyard is an important link in supporting locally native pollinators.  Helen will talk about how to create habitat in your garden for some of our most important pollinating species.

When: Tue 12th Nov 2024

Time: 7:00PM-9.00PM
​Where: Boroondara Room, Boroondara City Council Offices, 8 Inglesby Road, Camberwell VIC

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Bee for Biodiversity - Free Workshop

Celebrate National Pollinator Week with us and join Helen from 'Friends With Honey' for an engaging workshop, delving into the captivating world of bees and exploring ways to support these vital pollinators.

Who Should Attend? Gardeners, nature enthusiasts, and curious learners of all ages including families with children 8 years and older.

When: Wed 13th Nov 2024

Time: 4:00PM-5.30PM
​Where: The Parlour
Miller's Homestead
Dorrigo Dr & Melrose Ct
Boronia VIC

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Bee for Biodiversity

Delve into the captivating and biodiverse world of bees and explore ways to support these vital pollinators.

Bee for Biodiversity is an engaging and interactive experience that promises to deepen your understanding of the vital role bees play in our world.

Photo credit: Blue Banded Bee by Jenny Cox


Pollinator friendly gardening

The best way to 'save the bees' and other pollinators is to create an abundance of diverse habitat. In this workshop, we'll cover what you need to know about encouraging pollinators into your garden. Be a friend of the pollinators and say it with flowers.


Bee Discovery Program

Embark on a captivating adventure tailored for children aged three to seven years, as we learn all about the fascinating world of bees.


Highlights include the famous waggle dance, exploring the vital role of bees in pollination through hands-on activities, and a yummy honey tasting.  With singing, dancing, storytelling, and more, this hour-long program promises non-stop fun while nurturing a love for our indispensable friends, the bees. 


Professional Development Workshop for Early Years Educators

Explore the profound impact of music, movement, and storytelling on young minds.

Hosted by the creators of The Friends with Honey Musical Kids Show, this workshop promises to be both educational and entertaining. You’ll learn about the significance of bees to our planet and food security and discover how to engage young minds on this topic through the magic of song and dance


Powerful Pollinators Program

Friends with honey are proud to present the Powerful Pollinators Program. This series of five workshops gives participants a deep dive into the fascinating world of our powerful pollinators. We discuss the linkages between pollination, biodiversity, sustainability and citizen science.


 Introduction to permaculture

Permaculture is a design system that offers practical ideas for how humans can provide for ourselves whist regenerating the natural world.  In this workshop you'll gain some practical knowledge to start your permaculture journey.

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