Warral Waggles

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.

Maldon Captured photography winners announced

March 21, 2021

Warral Maldon Owner and Managing Director Lindsay Callaway got to meet the talent behind the stunning images we’ve been seeing as part of the latest Maldon Captured photography competition. As a proud sponsor of the open Amateur division, Lindsay handed out the prizes (and a little sweet Warral gift) to…

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Warral Waggle Newsletter: Summer 2021

February 25, 2021

New Warral Maldon website: our brand and online store We’re thrilled to move into our new virtual home at warralmaldon.com.au, housing everything you need to know about us, whether you’re a food distributor looking for information on a bulk order, someone looking for a gift idea for Mother’s Day or…

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Q&B with Lindsay: Summer 2021 edition

February 21, 2021

As one of Australia’s foremost bee experts, Lindsay gets a lot of questions, which he’s more than happy to share his knowledge on. Here are some of the most common ones. Q: What’s the difference between nectar and pollen? Lindsay: Nectar is the sweet liquid produced by our majestic Australian…

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Warral Maldon’s busy start to 2021

February 17, 2021

What a relief to finally see 2021! To our friends, family, suppliers, clients, partners and local community, I hope the new year has brought with it some measure of hope for what’s to come. At Warral Maldon the second year of the decade started in the middle of a very…

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Uncovering Maldon’s best amateur photographers

February 5, 2021

Warral Maldon is proud to support our local burgeoning photographers and celebrating everything central Victoria has to offer by sponsoring the first Maldon Captured photography competition. Hosted by Maldon Eat Drink Events inc., professionals and amateurs, locals and visitors have submitted their best of Maldon and surrounds across four categories…

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New season, new hives, new queens

November 3, 2020

It’s spring, and in the apiary world that’s the start of honey season, meaning we’re spending a lot of time in the field moving hives so they can capture the best blooms around the state and turn it into this year’s stunning honey. We’ve upped the ante this season with…

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