Our honey flows from treetops to tabletops.

Nestled within its beautiful namesake town, Warral Maldon is dedicated to quite simply producing some of the best honey you’ll ever taste.

Since 1896, when the great-great grandfather of the current owner fell in love with bees, this one family has spent more than 125 years perfecting the art of apiculture, and can trace every jar from a treetop, to your tabletop.


The Warral Maldon story

Since 1896 and across five generations, bees have loved Warral. And we love bees. From current Managing Director Lindsay Callaway back to his great-great-grandfather, discover the unique Australian success story of Warral Maldon.

Gift shop

Get a hold of your very own Warral Maldon honey, honeycomb and beeswax creations here at our online shop, 100% pure straight from our bees to you. They make wonderful gifts for any occasion or of course, you can always simply spoil yourself.


Let’s do business. Whether you’re a retailer, distributor, food manufacturer or find yourself needing a bulk order of our honey or beeswax, here you'll find all the information you need to get started working with our friendly team.


We love bees, and not just for the beautiful honey and wax they produce. A vital part of Australia’s food production ecosystem, Warral Maldon can help you with your next large-scale pollination project, specialising in almonds, canola seed, apples and pears.

A waggle is a special kind of dance bees use to communicate with each other, so we thought we'd share some waggles of our own to keep you updated on our business, our products and more generally on the fascinating world of bees.

Varroa mite detected in Australia

Expected but also dreaded, the Varroa mite that has decimated hives overseas has been detected in Australia. It’s not the first time this has happened, with an outbreak in the port of Melbourne in 2018…

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Everything we did and learnt at the 2022 Australian Bee Congress

It’s an exciting time for those of us passionate about bees, with greater awareness of their importance in our food system and biodiversity, millions being poured into research, more interest from consumers about their honey,…

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Lindsay a runner up in the Australian Beekeeper of the Year awards

Warral Maldon Owner/Managing Director Lindsay Callaway has won runner up in the 2022 Australian Beekeeper of the Year awards, from the Australian Honey Bee Industry Council! After being nominated for the big prize a couple…

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