“This has all come about because of our love for the bees and an acknowledgement of how important they are, not only to the food we eat, but to all life on Earth.”
- Stuart Anderson
“If we look after the bees, they’ll look after us. And the honey really is an amazing bonus.”
- Cedar Anderson
If you’re new to beekeeping and aren’t sure where to start, we have you covered!
With this purchase, you’ll gain one month’s FREE access to our online beginner beekeeping course, TheBeekeeper.org. Created in conjunction with world experts, you’ll be beekeeping with confidence in no time!
Plus, as part of the Flow Community, you’ll have access to a swarm of online educational resources and support from our stellar customer service team, on hand to answer your questions.
Beekeeping suits and other personal protective equipment can offer excellent sting prevention, but are not 100 percent effective. It’s important new beekeepers exercise caution when tending to their hives and are comfortable with the fact that sooner or later, all beekeepers get stung.
Designed with all of your beekeeping needs in mind, it lets you keep your essential kit together and organised. No more trips back and forth to the shed – you’ll always have the right tool at the right time.
With a removable smoker holder, inner tray and detachable tool roll, the caddy is configurable to best suit your needs. You can even wear the tool roll by easily attaching it to your belt.
Feel confident taking care of your bees in our highly-rated bee protective wear and smoker.
Offering the very best in beekeeping apparel, our organic beekeeping suit features a fully removable fencing veil, plus anti-bunch elastic thumb and ankle stirrups. Also includes lightweight, ventilated gauntlet goatskin gloves and a J-Hive tool, handmade from stainless-steel.
The Flow Smoker is used to mask the alarm pheromone emitted when the hive is disturbed, which helps your bees stay calm during inspections.
Harvest from individual frames directly into your jar. Without the blending of conventional harvesting, you can experience the seasonal variations in colour, flavour, and bouquet.
Our customers love the Flow Hive Classic
What's in the box?
Flow Hive Classic base
Flow Hive Classic Flow Super
Flow Hive Classic brood box with brood frames
Flow Hive Classic gabled roof
Flow Frames and Flow Tubes - 6 or 7
Organic cotton suit
Ventilated gauntlet goatskin gloves
Flow beekeeping Caddy
Detachable canvas tool roll
Caddy inner tray
Caddy smoker holder
Flow Bee Brush
Flow Beekeeping Log Book
Flow J-hive Tool
Flow Queen Clips (set of 2)
Flow Honey Drizzlers (set of 3)
Flow Assembly Tool
Your questions answered
Beekeeping is a fascinating and rewarding hobby, where the discoveries are endless. Plus the honey really is an amazing bonus!
If you’re just getting started, we’re here to help – our friendly support team is on hand via email, phone, or live chat to get fast answers to your buzzing questions.
Or if you’d rather go straight to the top, join Cedar, our co-inventor, every week for a special live stream on Facebook and Youtube, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask him your questions live!
We’ll support you every step of the way with a swarm of educational resources to ensure your beekeeping journey will be an enjoyable one.
Ready to take the first step? Learn beekeeping terminology – from queen excluders, to drone bees and all the parts of a beehive – by downloading our simple PDF guide to beekeeping to start your journey today.
Yes! The Flow Hive is successfully in use in all climates wherever beekeeping is possible, from the hot Australian summers to the cold Alaskan winters.
Beekeeping is a fascinating hobby which when approached with knowledge, skill and dedication can be incredibly rewarding.
It is important to understand some basic safety guidelines to ensure that your beekeeping experience is a safe and positive one.
Beekeeping suits and other personal protective equipment can offer excellent prevention against bee stings but are not 100 percent effective. It’s important new beekeepers exercise caution when tending to their hives and are comfortable with the fact that sooner or later, all beekeepers get stung.