For all of our lovely followers, there is an online event screening of ‘Timetobee’.

For details, visit:

Friday, 22nd August, 3:00pm
Online event, live-streamed via Newcastle Museum’s Facebook page.

About the author: Dani Lloyd-Prichard is a lifelong bee lover, an experienced and qualified beekeeper, researcher, educator and trainer.

She has held President and other Executive positions on the NSW and Hunter Valley Amateur Beekeepers Associations, worked as the NSW DPI Honey Bee Education Officer responsible for developing, delivering and coordinating the Certificate III in Beekeeping, conducted and published bee research at the University of Newcastle, compiled and co-authored the AgGuide on Australian Native Bees, and has kept European and Stingless bees for over 10 years.

Time to Bee is her business dream and offers one on one guidance, hive management assistance, informative gatherings and field trips for Women Beginner Beekeepers. Dani’s gentle and supportive approach helps women gain confidence when; caring for their bees, collecting and processing hive products, choosing apiary sites and equipment and conducting mandatory biosecurity inspections of their hives.

Her gatherings are always fun and educational with compulsory sharing of bee stories, honey recipes and tastings. Personal beekeeping and beecology guidance to help women succeed in caring for their bees. One on one and group activities delivered in your apiary with your lovely bees.


Bee Therapy is HERE. A podcast for anyone who loves bees.

Bee-buddies Patrice Newell and Dani Lloyd-Prichard are both Australian registered beekeepers with 50 years’ experience between them. Author and farmer Patrice,  and educator and researcher Dani are now recording their conversations.

Throughout the podcast season they’ll be talking bee books, bee movies, bee research papers, honey recipes, quizzes, and a whole lot of bee goss about our 🐝  bee-utiful bees.


For all of our Sydney based followers please come along if you can to a screening of the documentary ‘The Pollinators’.

For tickets, visit:

Thursday, 12th December, 6:15pm
Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace
380 Military Rd, CREMORNE, New South Wales, 2090, Australia

Movie Synopsis:
Thousands of semi-trailers crisscross the country in the dead of night delivering goods through the darkness to stores, warehouses and factories nationwide. But some of them carry an unsuspected and highly unusual cargo. Honey bees. Tens of billions of them are transported back and forth from one end of the United States to the other in a unique annual migration that’s indispensable to the feeding of America. One out of every three bites we eat, the growth of almost all our fruits, nuts and vegetables, would be impossible without pollination from bees. A new documentary feature, The Pollinators, directed by Peter Nelson and produced by Sally Roy, Nelson and Michael Reuter, presents the fascinating and untold story. And warns that the bees are in serious danger.

Genre: Documentary – Environmental

Classification: Check the classification

Producer: Sally Roy, Peter Nelson and Michael Reuter

Director: Peter Nelson