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Sat 18 Nov 17, 4 PM - 5:30 PM

Fresh Honey from the Hive

The better way to get honey from the beehive.

Stuart Anderson is co-inventor of the revolutionary honey harvesting system, the Flow® Hive. An Australian invention culminating from a deep love of bees and inspired by Stuart’s son Cedar who said; “There must be a better way to get honey from a beehive”. Together they took on a ten-year journey of designing and testing and in 2015, the Flow Hive was launched to the world.

The Flow Hive has been recognised for its unique innovation; winning the Good Design Australia Product of the Year Award 2016, the D&AD White Pencil Award for Urban Living 2016, the Fast Company World Changing Ideas Award 2017 and Silver at the World Beekeeping Awards 2017.

 Stuart will give a personal account of the family’s story that went from invention to global crowdfunding success. Get an insight on the challenging and remarkable journey of bringing the Flow Hive to the world and hear some tips on the use of the Flow Hive. 

 The Flow Hive has inspired thousands of new beekeepers around the world with over 48,000 customers in over 139 countries, helping people to have a stronger connection with their environment. Stuart will also be bringing the new Pollinator House with him (right in the middle of Pollinator Week!). Made from repurposed wood and sustainably-sourced bamboo, the Pollinator House creates the ideal home for native pollinators. Flow is donating 100% of profits made from sales of the Pollinator House to carefully selected charities conserving habitat for pollinators and other species. 

 Come and meet Stuart, view the Pollinator House and Flow Hive and join in for a question and answer session to have your Flow Hive questions answered as only Stuart can.


Saturday 18 November 2017, 4 PM - 5:30 PM


$20 general admission, $17.50 Foundation and Friends


The Calyx


Public transport recommended. Limited parking available