Call for beekeepers to enter Wanneroo show

Amateur beekeeper Tony Millar of Gabbadah hopes to enter his honey in this year’s Wanneroo Agricultural Show.

THE Wanneroo Agricultural Show is keen for beekeepers – both amateurs and professionals – to enter their honey in this year’s show.

Amateur beekeeper Tony Millar of Gabbadah, who has a rural-residential block in the Sovereign Hill estate, hopes to enter some of his honey in the show, which is on November 24 -25.

Mr Millar has been keeping bees for a few years and has some hives in neighbouring properties to help pollinate their fruit trees.

He wants to enter honey in the light ,dark and cream classes.

Meanwhile for people wanting to buy tickest to the show a new showmen’s pre-purchase ticket system is now available.

The direct link to the ticketing website is  where tickets are now available for the Wanneroo show.

By pre-purchasing tickets patrons can save up to 20 per cent on side show rides and games.

The showmen will have a special branded collection booth within the side show area for patrons to collect their pre-purchased show tickets.