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Indigibee Rescue acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present.

Native Bee Rescue is committed to honouring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and our rich contribution to society.

Who Are We?
Indigibee is Australia's premier Aboriginal owned and operated stingless bee rescue service, we are a dedicated team working towards the ecological regeneration and restoration of Country. 

An Aboriginal owned and operated business providing at risk stingless bee rescue and relocation. Our team of professionals provides high quality service for commercial and residential operations, available NSW, QLD, NT

For any enquiries get in touch with us today!



Australia has over 1,800 different species of native bee. Indigenous stingless bees have many different names but in english their honey is sometimes referred to as bush bees or sugarbag. "Sugarbag" is the closest English interpretation for the words in languages used by First nation Peoples to describe the bees, food and medicine that are of significant cultural importance. 

European honey bees and native bees are threatened by the loss of habitat, the use of pesticides, climate change, pests and diseases.
Currently, in Australia European honey bees are Australia’s most significant managed pollinators.
Native bees are great pollinators and could encourage ecological regenerative systems increasingly threatened Honey bee in the agricultural sector.

Native bees do not suffer from many of the pests and disease that afflict European honey bees, thus
the conservation of native bees helps to secure Australia’s future food security.
Help us save the thousands of stingless bee colonies lost annually from environmental destruction!

Australian Bee Service

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