Western Australian Apiarists Society

SW Capes Chapter

SW Capes chapter is a recently formed interest group in the Capes region of SW WA. As a rule we meet monthly and try and provide a forum for apiarists at all levels. The majority of members are at the inexperienced end of the spectrum. We will be setting up mentor systems and having practical field days. There is no special membership fee (your WAAS fee covers that). As a rule we meet on the second Thursday evening at a venue in Margaret river and notice is sent via email. Currently we have had nearly100 participants with about 30 attending each session. To join please email either Linden Hall or Peter Wallace.

Chapter Contact details:

Dr. Peter F. Wallace,
10 Cygnet Cres,
(PO Box 403),
WA 6291

home 0897580995
bus 0895311866
mob 0428881808

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Upcoming events

    • 08 Mar 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Community Resource Centre, 21-33 Tunbridge Street, Margaret River

    Monthly Meeting

    of SW Capes Chapter 

    in Margaret River

    Thursday, 8 March 2018

    6:00 p.m. to around 8:30 p.m.

    Community Resource Centre

    21-33 Tunbridge Street, Margaret River

    Western Australian Apiarists’ Society (Inc) 1953

    Watering Devices for Apiaries

    John Tehan

    Revisiting Beesting Allergy - 

    Treatment & Epipen

    Peter & Pat Wallace

    Beekeeping in Morocco

    Mark Sangmeister


    Refreshments served - 

    Please bring your own mug 

    For more information, Contact SW Capes Facilitator:

    Peter Wallace

    Get to know some of your fellow members of WAAS 
    who live in the area or are here on holiday and share your passion for beekeeping

    You're more than welcome whether you live in the South West, have hives in the area or are visiting at the time.

    Non-members are welcome too!

    There will be a $3 entry fee to cover costs for refreshments

    SW Capes Chapter Contacts:

    Peter Pereira: pereirap@netspace.net.au

    Peter Wallace: petescloud@icloud.com

    Linden Hall: lindenh@iinet.net.au


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