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The main business focus of ANB includes beekeeping and production of honey with unique properties. The business operates from a base located on approximately 500 acres of virgin banksia woodland surrounded by the Moore River National Park, 148km north of Perth, in the Central West region of Western Australia. Professional commercial apiarists located beehives to the different apiary site base on the unique flowering cycles. For example, Jarrah honey, Karri honey and Redgum honey are produced from eucalyptus species with 40-90 meters height and aged between 200-1000 years. Based on the functionalities, ANB’s honey can be categories as eucalyptus honey, wildflower honey and health care honey.


Currently, ANB has 3000 beehives with high quality bees, with honey production of 360-720 tons per year and our production line has 3000 tons production capacity per year. According to the survey conducted by Western Australia Department of Agriculture, the current environment could support ANB to expand its capacity up to 20 times. The high quality environment, sustainable resources, advanced technologies, and research and development capability would not only allow ANB to lead the honey and related bee products, but also provides a solid foundation for its sustainable operation.


ANB has high-class scientific research team and laboratory facilities, and work in collaboration with leading universities to have remarkable achievement in developing honey with improved nutritional value and functional properties. Further, ANB has the integrated supply chain and complete business solutions through its industrial chain including breeding, collection, processing, packaging and distribution to fulfill the world demands.