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Wasn't sure what to make of this place as we puled up. It's in serious need of renovation and is looking very old and tired both inside and out. It's basically a hug shop selling every different type of honey you could want for which...More
Honey world is a great place to visit whilst in Currumbin, It sells delicious honey and every possible honey and bees wax product imaginable. You can join a tour, which give a fascinating and educative insight into the life cycles and productivity of bees. This...More
Went for the bees keeping presentation, which was great Edutainment. Saw the bee keeper took out the racks and extracted the honey. He also explained about the bees, and their relation to the eco system.
Kids loved it!
It’s an interesting place, we dropped in here after a day at the wildlife sanctuary friendly staff, you can try about 16 different types of honey this was my favourite part. I ended up buying a jar of the local honey, it was a bit...More
We were visiting from the wildlife sanctuary and got fascinated by the beekeeping show. They do it hourly on the our from 10 to 4 and from 11 to 4 on Sundays. I knew little about bees before the tour but within 40 minutes it...More
The shop is a bit boring and out dated, but pay the $12.50pp for the tour with the bee keeper as it’s truly fascinating to see how the bees live and hives function and so great to see it close up. We are a couple...More
They start from 11am and I think they might be every hour or so after that
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Any large honey farms in GoldCoast/ Sunshine Coast? (3 Replies)
Would like to visit one to let the kids know more about honey, thanks. (Have already got one: Superbee Honeyworld. Is this one worth to go?)
April 10, 2018|
The Ginger Factory is an excellent day out with kids. I havent been to Superbee since I was a kid. I know I enjoyed it then.....but, I havent been drawn back. I have been back to the Ginger Factory as an adult so can definely recommend that. You might want to visit The Farm at Byron Bay.!Not sure about honey, but they do tours educauting the family about farming parctices of all sorts of farming. Cheers.
Any suggestion for my plans (4 Replies)
Hi Guys, These are some of my plans for my 5 nights in Gold Coast in September. Will be travelling with 2 kiddos (Age 4 & 2) and 2 seniors (Age 60+). We'll be staying at Surfers. Needs some recommendations and also to advise the estimated duration I'll need for each attractions. Interested in having Oysters and seafood ! And probably any fruits in season in September ? Day 1: Arrive at 8am (Wed) ** Recommendation for good breakfast menu ? - Check in to accommodation then...More
June 14, 2016|
The main thing to remember with children and theme parks is they become totally exhausted so trying to do too much afterwards is going to impede enjoyment. It needs longer to get to Tamborine mountain and it is worth enjoying. If going to Currumbin take some time to have kids enjoy Tallebudgera on beach near bridge on Pacific highway. Plenty of food choices. Carrara markets are so so.