Canberra's Urban Beekeeping Specialist and Home of Wins Creek Honey

Wins Creek Meadery

Wins Creek Meadery and Bindaree Bee Supplies are Located in the Historic Traveller’s Rest Inn, ca. 1879

Our passion for bees was born from a love for animals and the sustainability of our environment. We keep our bees in native eucalypt forests and woodlands where they produce honey from species such as spotted gum, stringybark and yellow box. This is the honey we use to produce small batches of some of Australia’s finest hand-crafted meads.

The Wins Creek Restaurant offers meals and platters to pair with our mead. Items for the menu are sourced as much as possible from other local and regional producers, including pasture pork, free-range chicken and eggs. A range of sweets are all made in house to be enjoyed with our fair trade and organic coffee.

Wins is your local honey providore, offering our own handcrafted and award-winning honey and beeswax candles, along with honey from selected regional and Tasmanian producers.

Please Note:

We will be closed for Christmas and New Year Holidays from 22 Dec to 11 Jan. 

Regular opening hours from 12 Jan. 

Barton Highway, Murrumbateman Village

You can also visit us at the Capital Region Farmer’s Market, Site 160 each Saturday morning from 6 to 11:30 am.

Shop for Wins Creek Products Here

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