The Taigum apiary site is a favourite for the bees over Winter and deep into Spring and Summer. Located on a beautiful 3-acre farm surrounded by natural waterways and native gum trees, the North Brisbane bees are blissed out with so many flowers to pollinate.
The Taigum apiary is a short fly to the beautiful Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve
Taigum is a diverse outer neighbourhood located here in Brisbane, Australia. It borders the coastline of North Brisbane, a stone's throw from the well known and isolated Sandgate region.
As the bees fly far and wide, visiting flowers within a 5km radius of their hives, they will be finding new sources of food in neighbouring areas of Nudgee, Aspley, Shorncliffe, Sandgate, Banyo, Virginia, Boondall, Geebung, Carseldine and Deagon. A broad representation of the flowering cycles of this prime pocket of pollination heaven.