Please check out our new Jarrah Honey website.

Honey Farm, Jarrah honey, Western AustraliaFewsters Farm was first settled in 1900, the original Brothers John and Robert came to Western Australia in 1898 and  worked in Kalgoorlie. John's wife Sarah and 3 children came over soon after and went to Kalgoorlie. They all moved to the Muchea farm and started a market garden.

Beekeeping was introduced in 1916 when Robert Fewster, a civil engineer, left several hives he had been given on the farm before going to South Austalia to oversee the construction of drains and irrigation lines.

Beekeeping soon became a good source of income for the 4 of the 6  Fewster sons, Vince, Nelson, Norman and my Grandfather Jim. All working together for many years then splitting up as they got older.

Honey was collected, as it is now from the ancient forests and bush land that are close to the farm, then as transport became better, venturing to places like Pemberton for the much prized Karri honey and Kalgoorlie when the trees flowered.

Fewsters Farm Honey is still owned and operated by Kim Fewster.

Our experienced  beekeeping team hope to continue the tradition of gathering and selling only pure natural West Australian honey, along with our fully accredited organic range of honey and other bee products. Organic Jarrah honey is now available, this very seleteamct honey is prized for the taste and healing properties it contains. Please see Jarrah honey in your search engine for details.

We hope you enjoy our honey , as pure as nature has provided from our bees.

Kim Fewster

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