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Waldruh Honey

Waldruh Honey

Waldruh Honey

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Waldruh Honey

Ruth and Walter run a Biodynamic Farm on the South West side of Mount Cole forest. Their honeybees live permanently in peace in a Biodynamic farm and garden, surrounded by diverse herb plantations, collections of flowers as well as native shrubs and trees. The hundreds of different flowers and herbs provide an ever changing delicious, sharp and fully aromatic flavour and make this honey so unique.

Waldruh Honey is natural, pure and unrefined. Cold extracted, this honey offers a delicious and nutritious blend of healthy pollen, wax and propolis particles. Try some and enjoy the sweet bliss.


Please note that Waldruh Honey is an artisanal and natural product and is not available in every size for every locations and/or times. Thank you for your understanding.


Choose the provenance of your Waldruh Honey:

Mount Cole : the beehives that provide this honey are located throughout Ruth and Walter’s biodynamic farm & garden.

Main Lead : the beehives are situated in the bush and garden of a very beautiful, chemical free property in Raglan, with lots of different kinds of eucalyptus, including Yellow Box.


Different flowers are blooming at different times of the year, and this multitude of pollens and nectars create an ever-changing honey. Textures and colours vary with the seasons, and provide us with a wonderful array of flavours as well.

We suggest you try the honey from different times of the year to experience different flavours.


Shipping within Australia:
Packages ship within 3 business days from the date we receive the order. They will arrive 2-8 days later.

International shipping:
Packages ship within 3 business days from the date we receive the order. They will arrive 8-40 days later.

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What about Australian bees ?

This book provides a detailed introduction to the estimated 2000 species of Australian bees.

Illustrated with stunning photographs, it describes the form and function of bees, their life-cycle stages, nest architecture, sociality and relationships with plants. It also contains systematic accounts of the five families and 58 genera of Australian bees.

Check it out