To keep beehives (an apiary) on public land in NSW you must hold a permit or license to do so from the government agency that manages the land. Following the new policy framework for apiary sites on public land, the process for allocation of new apiary sites or recently vacated apiary sites now follows an expressions of interest (EOI) process. This process was developed following extensive consultation with industry. (A summary of feedback received is available in this Consultation Report (PDF, 631.94 KB)
EOI releases will be held periodically to allow applications for sites that have become available. Details of each release will be published on this page. Sites will be published online for a period of 1 month during which sites and can reviewed and EOI applications submitted. Further detail of the EOI process is listed below.
Expected Publication Date
Approximate number of sites
Link to review sites and apply.
Central West, Northern Tablelands, Murray and South East regions
The following infographics explains the planned high level application and assessment processes.
For any further information contact the DPI Apiary Sites helpdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org.