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New Members Welcome

Benefits of joining  Mornington Peninsula Beekeepers Association​

  • Free attendance at monthly meetings (with regular Q&A and Zone sessions).

  • Highly experienced guest speakers.

  • Opportunity to meet fellow local recreational and experienced beekeepers.

  • Availability of mentors for beginning beekeepers.

  • Interchange of ideas and techniques on all facets of beekeeping.

  • Updates on current Victorian, Regional and local flora conditions.

  • Informal discussion on a wide range of beekeeping matters .

  • Opportunity to participate in local Apiary practical sessions and regional field days.

  • Regular updates on our website and emails to provide current information on local community issues such as Buruli.

  • Regular newsletters providing timely articles and news pertinent to beekeeping.

 

How to become a Member

Membership fees are paid on an annual calendar year basis, January to December.

 - Membership per year $50.00

 - Family membership $80.00 per year (2 adults and children under 18)

 - New member joining fee is $20.00

 - Includes conditional public liability insurance

 

To become a member:

.Come along to a meeting and make your membership application via our club management platform Hello Club.  Alternatively you can apply via the membership application link above. 

                                 

Payment can be made on joining by using the 'Membership Application' button above and using our member portal Hello Club, to pay by credit card, or you can pay via direct deposit to the following account:

  •    Account Name : Mornington Peninsula Beekeeper's Association

  •    BSB                  : 633-000

  •    Account No      : 167752427

    Please ensure your name is in the description to identify the payment. You can also pay via the Hello Club application. 

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Need more Information?

For more information on membership, please email admin@mpba.org.au or call 0401 965 558

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