Kwongan Honey is raw and seasonal – each season has a dominant range of Kwongan plants as the bees main source of nectar, this results in you getting a pure honey with a unique and ever changing flavour.
Kwongan Raw Spring Honey is dominated by melaleucas. These are commonly known as paperbarks in the tree form and honey myrtles in the smaller forms. The honey is russet coloured with a hint of coffee on the palate.
The Kwongan Honey Apiary is located on Dillon Bay Estate – 400 hectares of native bushland in the beautiful coastal area of Bremer Bay with the wild Southern Ocean to the south and the pristine Fitzgerald River National Park to the east. The National Park supports a rich variety of native plants and is internationally recognised as a globally significant biodiversity hotspot. It has been identified as one of only 25 global hotspots for its diversity of wildlife and plants making it one of the most important reserves and ecosystems for conservation in Australia. Approximately 80% of the regions 7,239 species are found nowhere else in the World.
The word “Kwongan” (or “kwongkan”) comes from the Noongar Aboriginal word for sand plain, and is now used by botanists and ecologists to describe this specific community of vegetation.
Pure Western Australian honey
Made in Western Australia (this honey is 100% sourced from Dillon Bay Estate)
Brand: Kwongan Honey
Region: Western Australia
Varietal: Multi Floral