COVID-19 Business Update
In response to advice from the Australian Government due to concerns around COVID-19, The House of Honey, Meadery & The Sticky Spoon Cafe have restricted their opening hours, closed the cafe and have launch new online and drive through shopping options.
The House of Honey's retail shop is open 10am to 5pm and they remind customers to adhere to social distancing rules. The Meadery is open for bottle sales only (no tastings) and the cafe is closed until further notice.
ONLINE SHOPPING OPTIONS
Free delivery for orders over $100 in the Metro area and a reduced courier rate for orders under $100 in the Metro area - delivery fee was $15.00 now $9.95. An online 'click and collect' option is also available from the online shop. Click here to visit the online store.
CASHLESS TAP & GO DRIVE THROUGH SHOPPING
Simply call ahead to pay over the phone and your order will be delivered to you in the comfort of your car. Stop in the bus bay for your pick-up.
FREE LOCAL DELIVERY
Free delivery of orders over $50 to local residents within a 10kms radius from the shop.
The House of Honey and the Sticky Spoon Café is located in the heart of the Swan Valley and opened in January 2010.
Beekeeper Rupert Phillips has been keeping bees for some 48 years- a passion which has followed him around the globe. Rupert’s wife Kim shares this passion- together they travel far and wide in Western Australia to harvest and showcase some of the best honey this state has to offer.
The beehives are moved at night to different locations depending upon availability of nectar- mostly pristine native bushland populated by the many different Eucalyptus species. Each of these floral species have their own unique flavour, all of which are available for tasting. Some of these honeys lend themselves to further infusions such as Lavender, Chilli, Cinnamon, Vanilla and Truffle - which further tempt the taste buds.
As seasons vary from year to year, so do the flavours and availability of honeys. A very dry year may produce a more dense honey (usually in the height of summer) while a spring honey may be lighter in both flavour and texture. Honeys gathered in the cooler months usually crystallize or “candy” more readily than the summer honeys. This natural process does not mean that the honey is inedible; it merely means that the honey is pure and unheated with the goodness and nutrients intact.
The House of Honey looks forward to your visit and encourages you to taste the delicious honeys. The shop showcases all things honey and bee related from pollen, royal jelly, candles to beauty products and giftware. See the live bee display where their friendly staff will explain all about the world of bees or relax in the cafe with their famous Devonshire tea.
The House of Honey and the Sticky Spoon Café has disabled access and toilets available.
Opening hours include the following public holiday and special occasions:
Christmas in July