Superbee Honey World

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Front of the Superbee Honeyworld attraction in Currumbin Gold Coast, with the Big Beehive entrance

Superbee Honey World in Currumbin Gold Coast is a tourist attraction and outlet for Superbee Honey. Originally opened in Tanawha in the Sunshine Coast, Superbee Honeyworld was opened as a second location in 1987 but after Tanawha closing in 2008 it is now the only attraction site.

Superbee is opposite Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Brown Sign link, which is an interesting association as Currumbin Bird Sanctuary (what it was originally called) was started by a beekeeper by diverting lorikeets away from his honey producing blooms by regularly feeding them.

Entry into the shop of Superbee Honeyworld is free, entering through the Big Beehive at the entrance, itself a Big Thing close to the Big Surfboard Brown Sign link just next door. You can sample a selection of the honey varieties they have and buy all sorts of flavours.

Honey Cinnamon, Honey Strawberry, and Honey Eucalyptus were the less common ones there but they also have more familiar flavours such as Iron Bark and Yellow Box.

If you want to proceed beyond the store, tickets for live bee tours are available, taking you through the bee farm and show the process of honey from the flower to the honey jar.

Live bee shows at the Sunshine Coast can still be had at Yandina by going to The Ginger Factory which is near the old Superbee Honeyworld.

To get there:

Brown sign for Superbee Honeyworld, turn right 200m

From Gold Coast Airport Visitor Information Centre, head out of the carpark and turn left onto Gold Coast Hwy. Follow Gold Coast Hwy for 4.3km and turn right into Tomewin St after passing the brown sign for Superbee Honeyworld. Use the parking area for Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is another 150m on the left, just after Superbee Honeyworld.

If coming south along the Pacific Motorway, take Exit 95 towards Currumbin and turn left. Follow Tugun Currumbin Rd for 1.2km and turn left onto the Gold Coast Hwy. Follow Gold Coast Hwy for 900m and turn right into Tomewin St after passing the brown sign for Superbee Honeyworld. Use the parking area for Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is another 150m on the left, just after Superbee Honeyworld.

If coming north along the Pacific Motorway, take Exit 95 towards Currumbin and turn right onto Stewart Rd, which becomes Tugun Currumbin Rd. Follow Tugun Currumbin Rd for 1.3km and turn left onto the Gold Coast Hwy. Follow Gold Coast Hwy for 900m and turn right into Tomewin St after passing the brown sign for Superbee Honeyworld. Use the parking area for Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is another 150m on the left, just after Superbee Honeyworld.

Cost:Free entry to store, Live Bee Keeping Shows Adult $15.00, Child (3-13) $12.50, Senior $12.50, Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) $50.00

Hours:Mon-Sat 10am-3pm

Wheelchair accessible:Yes

Pets:No

Playground:No


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