Your Australian Native Bee Association Inc. (ANBA) Is building a dynamic member based organisation dedicated to protecting all native bees (not only stingless bees), protecting our members and providing great learning resources and social experiences. We are working with many to build a national network.

Join the Australian Native Bee Association

We invite amateurs with an interest in native bees and professionals in the industry to join our national association. Benefits include:

  • Networking opportunities and a contact hub to connect people with native bees together to share experiences and information on bee diversity, people, climates, habitats, techniques and ideas,
  • Public Liability Insurance for meetings and field days,
  • A high quality and informative Newsletter: “The Cross Pollinator”,
  • Discounts on workshops,
  • A discount to the annual Australian Native Bee Conference.

Annual membership fee is $40 for Standard membership, $30 for Concessional and $80 for Industry membership . Fees payable by credit card or bank transfer. We follow a July to June year, if you join part-way through this period, we automatically reduce the membership fee prorata. For example, if you join in December you will pay only 7/12 of the fee. 


Australian Native Bee Association Inc., Management Committee

All members of the Management Committee would be happy to hear from you with questions, suggestions etc.

Newsletter submissions: comoff@australiannativebee.org.au


Branch Executives and Contacts

Brisbane branch


Cassowary Coast branch


Gladstone branch


Wide Bay branch


Sydney branch


Mid North Coast NSW branch

Meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7pm. Laurieton United Services Club.


Coffs Harbour branch


Newsletter and Website Contacts

Please submit all articles/reports to: comoff@australiannativebee.org.au

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