Beekeeping Incursion

Looking for a beekeeping incursion? Did you know 1/3 of Australia’s food production reliant on bee pollination? We all know bees for that sweet, sweet liquid gold, but do your kindergarten students know why bees are so important? Well, the first challenge is keeping them interested, and that’s where we come into it.

We can proudly say that we have developed the perfect program to have children and adults of any age truly fascinated, and engaging with our program as you have never seen before. Read our reviews below for first-hand experience.

Our bee incursions are the perfect conversation starter for preschool students to explore and learn about bees, pollination and why they are so important. In our incursion, students will learn about the different types of bees inside a hive and the jobs they have, they will learn in simple terms about pollination and how we can help save the bees.

Our beekeeping incursions are presented by director Michael Church, who is passionate about sustainable living. The aim of this show is to highlight how important not only bees are, but all pollinators and educating the public on habits we can change to become more sustainable households.


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  • Duration: 1 hour (51,000 bee hours per tablespoon of honey)
  • Age Interest: 3 & 4-year-old Kindergarten
  • Space requirements: 5 x 5 metres
  • Maximum Number: 30 students per show
Show Prices

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Package Price

$630 plus GST
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**Prices correct as of 1st Jan 2022. Maximum 30 students per show, each additional student over 30 will be charged at $50 + GST. Prices for multiple shows only apply to shows performed on the same day. Bees can be subject to availability. Kindergarten Beekeeping Incursion Melbourne, view terms and conditions here Privacy Policy

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Observation hive

A specially made hive with windows to see the inner workings of a live beehive!

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Passionate presentation

All bee incursions are done by director, Michael Church, a passionate beekeeper, and conservationist.

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Learn Sustainability

Learn about living sustainability and encouraging native insects to your gardens.

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Honey Tasting

Let your children the difference with our local raw honey, straight from our apiary.

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Beekeeping Equipment

We bring a whole collection of beekeeping tools and equipment for the students to see.

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Plant a tree

Receive a free small tree for every incursion booked to plant and watch it grow into a bee-friendly hangout.

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Changing our local landscape, 1 show at a time

For each show booked we have made the pledge to do some good.. For each Busy Bees Incursion booked, we will gift you a small tree to plant in your yard. We care about our local environment so we are putting our money/trees were our mouth is! Watch the tree blossom and spark conversations about bees and pollinators.

Help us on our journey to re-wild Victoria, one beekeeping incursion at a time!

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Professional, knowledgeable & passionate

Michael was professional, knowledgeable and passionate about educating students on looking after our environment. His content was age appropriate and he had a variety of bee specific props for us to view (especially the beehive)!
Nicole Spence, Mentone Girls Grammar School

Huge success with the children!

We had been learning about how like humans, some mini beasts live in complex communities. The incursion was a huge success with the children being fully engaged. They all learned a lot and were fascinated to hear all about the different roles drones, workers and queen bees play in their colonies. All 7 teachers who attended the incursion had very positive things to say about the experience. Michael was able to speak at the students level and is an excellent communicator. I would recommend this program very highly.
Susan Keil, Mornington Primary School
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