- Bee Events
- Get your friends and the community together to enjoy the benefits of Bees. Browse our website and find out some fun facts about Bees that you can share with your friends and community.
- Plant Bee-friendly herbs, flowers or trees
- Native plants provide the habitat and food sources bees rely on. The more we plant, the more we provide bees with necessary resources to thrive.
- Organise a garden tea party… with honey!
- Get your friends and the community together to enjoy the benefits of Bees.
- Buy chemical free fruit & veggies
- The use of chemicals on fruits can be very harmful to bees including death.
- Place a beehive in your garden
- You can help by having your very own beehive. This will help bees in the production of honey and the pollination of nearby crops.
- Wear yellow and black to dress up like a bee and create some buzz
- Celebrate by wearing something bright and yellow to spread the word. Share it with us on Instagram @beedayau
- Children’s activities
- Check out some fun activity sheets for kids to learn more about Bees.
Bee Games & Activities
Share Your Bee Story
We love to hear your stories that involve all things about Bees! Please share your stories with us so that we can let more people know about how these wonderful insects help us all!Share your story
Bee Day Australia
Let’s celebrate together, raise awareness and do something good for bees. Celebrate World Bee Day, learn more about bees
The main purpose of World Bee Day events is to spread awareness of the significance of bees and other pollinators for our survival. Simply proclaiming World Bee Day does not do much for bees and other pollinators; the main work of safeguarding their existence still needs to be undertaken. World Bee Day is an excellent opportunity to put bees at the centre of the national conversation for a day and encourage actions that create more bee-friendly landscapes.
Beekeepers and nature conservationists are united in encouraging improved conditions for bees to build pollination security and to safeguard our food security.
Join us in celebrating World Bee Day – May 20