The ABA is lining up a fabulous range of speakers for our inaugural conference, to be held over three days at diggers @ the entrance on the Central Coast.
- Official opening by the Governor of NSW – and recreational beekeeper – His Excellency DAVID HURLEY
- COSTA GEORGIADIS, host of ABC’s Gardening Australia, on Planting for Bees
- STUART ANDERSON, co-inventor of the Flow Hive, on The Flow Hive Three Years On
- DR MARK GRECO, a bee behaviour researcher at Charles Sturt University, on How bees learn and respond to our changing environment
- DR EMILY REMNANT, a molecular geneticist at University of Sydney, on Bees and developing a resistance to viruses spread by Varroa mite
- DES CANNON, editor of the Australasian Beekeeper on Turning your beekeeping hobby into a business
- Members $80
- Non-members $100
Currently tickets are only available to ABA members, who can purchase tickets by signing in to the ABA Membership System.
Friday 18 May
- Informal bistro dinner in the club
- bee-inspired movie screening
Saturday 19 May
- registration from 8am
- opening by NSW Governor
- programme of expert and entertaining guest speakers
- conference dinner
Sunday 20 May
- field day events
- trade show
- ABA Annual General Meeting
Ticket cost includes all speaker presentations, Saturday’s morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch, and entry to Sunday's Field Day and Trade Show .
PROGRAMME SUBJECT TO CHANGE