With Flow’s patented technology you can harvest from individual frames directly into your jar. Without the blending of conventional harvesting, you can experience the seasonal variations in colour, flavour, and bouquet.
We have a swarm of resources available to help you every step of the way, including a comprehensive online beginner beekeeping course, created in conjunction with the world's experts – TheBeekeeper.org.
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Joh from Better Homes & Gardens shares her beekeeping story.
"This invention is incredible. I have 22 jars of honey in 11 minutes and all I’ve had to do [to harvest] is turn a key... I can’t believe that something so simple that we can all be doing can be doing so much good in the world. It just gives me so much joy!"
Beekeeping is a fascinating and rewarding hobby, where the discoveries are endless. Plus the honey really is an amazing bonus!
If you’re just getting started, we’re here to help – our friendly support team is on hand via email, phone, or live chat to get fast answers to your buzzing questions.
Or if you’d rather go straight to the top, join Cedar, our co-inventor, every week for a special live stream on Facebook and Youtube, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask him your questions live!
We’ll support you every step of the way with a swarm of educational resources to ensure your beekeeping journey will be an enjoyable one.
Ready to take the first step? Learn beekeeping terminology – from queen excluders, to drone bees and all the parts of a beehive – by downloading our simple PDF guide to beekeeping to start your journey today.
Flow Hives are made in Australia by dedicated staff with precision and care.
Our Flow Frames are an artificial foundation from BPA- and BPS-free food grade plastic, manufactured right here in Australia.
Workers are respected and valued in certified safe work environments and are employed under fair trade conditions.
The Flow Hive is invented by father-son duo Stuart and Cedar Anderson of Northern Rivers, NSW.
Bees rarely find their way into empty beehive boxes, even though they are designed to be a perfect home for them.