The 3rd Australian Native Bee Conference

Integrating beekeeping, crop pollination, hive products and research

Sat 11th – Sun 12th June 2022
Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, Rosehill, Sydney

The Australian Native Bee Association Inc invites beekeepers, farmers, educators, industry leaders and researchers to share knowledge at the 3rd Australian Native Bee Conference. We will discuss issues required to increase understanding and unlock the potential of our native bees, a valuable but underutilized natural resource.

In addition to a lively speaker program, there is lots else being planned for the conference, including a social mixer, dinner, photographic competition and hive exhibition. And of course, the trade show will run continuously for the entire weekend with exhibitors showing their products and services.

Registration are open. Early-bee registration (on or before 22 April) and members of the Australian Native Bee Association (ANBA) receive discounts.

Join the ANBA to receive members discount – Join the ANBA first, then wait a few days for your membership to be approved before registering for the conference.

Registration includes entrance to all sessions, printed copy of program, hot beverage on arrival, lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments. Social mixer and Conference dinner need to be booked as extras on the Registration form.

Full Registration $380
Full Registration for members of ANBA $350
Concession Registration (student, pensioner) $220
Single day registration$200

Shoulder event: 4th Australian Honey Bee Congress

Come to Sydney a few days earlier to attend the Australian Honey Bee Congress, held 9-11 June also at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, https://australianbeecongress.com.au/.


Organising Committee

  • Tim Heard (chair and contact: tim.heard@anba.org.au)
  • James Cook
  • Romina Rader
  • Ben Oldroyd
  • Ros Gloag
  • Helen Wallace
  • Dean Haley
  • Katja Hogendoorn
  • Saul Cunningham
  • Simon Tierney
  • Tobias Smith