National Bee Biosecurity Program

National Bee Biosecurity Program

This National Program underpins the Code of Practice and employs a Bee Biosecurity Officer (BBO) in each State to assist beekeepers with education and training in biosecurity best practice – including:

  • improve management of established pests and diseases
  • increase awareness and surveillance of exotic pest threat

Information on the National Bee Biosecurity Program is available on the Plant Health Australia website.

What Our Members Say About Us

Ellen Petersen

Being a member of the QBA is my way of helping to support the association’s tireless efforts to ensure a viable apiculture industry in Queensland, which in turn positively impacts Australian agriculture as a whole.

- QBA Member, Jessica Berry.

John Doe

Membership with the QBA allows me to be actively involved in shaping the future of beekeeping in Australia.

- QBA Member, Rob Dewar.

Jacob Stevens

Membership allows me to stay informed about matters that influence my industry and my beekeeping operation.

- QBA Member, Jacob Stevens.

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We encourage members of the public to connect with the QBA via email. One of our friendly team will be in contact with you as soon as possible.

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