We are tremendously excited to announce that Honeybee Creative is heading back to the farm in 2023

We’re Taking Expressions Of Interest For Our 2023 Season

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Creative Mentorship for Neurodiverse Art Lovers

Music | Theatre | Visual Arts


Check Out Our 2022 Video Projects…

Clap Hands

This year we’ve been exploring video. Clap Hands is a collaborative piece made with contributions from the whole Honeybee Creative crew from our music creation, theatre training and video production sessions. Showing off their skills with a lyrics, vocals and percussion; it’s a song about a few of our favourite things.

Birds Sing

Birds Sing features a lyrical collaboration from the HBC crew, based on a Rachael Sait poem with vocals and percussion and samples from the crew.


Honeybee Creative is a daily program of creative arts therapy workshops for those with varying abilities.

Engaging through music, dance, theatre, performance, storytelling, video and sound production and improvisation.

As well as our Wednesday & Thursday Live Sessions; We are now offering group and one-on-one sessions via Zoom video conferencing 5 days a week.

Honeybee Creative Online.

Our program is available to self managed and plan managed NDIS packages. There are lines applicable including Core Support.


Honeybee Creative Testimonials

“Music has always been a part of Melanie’s life. Since joining Honeybee Creative 3 years ago her talents have been developed much further, and hidden talents have been brought forward”.

Shayne Towers (Melanie’s mum)

“What started out as a fill in during uncertain times has basically become her mantra and I’m very grateful to those who have put it into place”.

Sue Allen (Sarah’s mum)

Honeybee Blog

Catch up on the latest buzz…

  • Tuesday Art Stars

    Tuesday Art Stars

    These guys are absolutely rocking our Tuesday Visual Art sessions. Adam is back on the easil designing the cover for a spell book and Julie is turning out 2 character drawings a day. Legends.

  • We are heading back to the farm in 2023

    We are heading back to the farm in 2023

    We are tremendously excited to announce that Honeybee Creative is heading back to Honeybee Farm in 2023. Honeybee Farmstay is our original home. Situated in the beautiful Mary Valley just outside Kandanga, it was the exclusive base of our operations from 2015 – 2020. We unfortunately had to move due to circumstances beyond our control. […]

  • ‘Automatons’ by Julie Soames

    ‘Automatons’ by Julie Soames

    ‘Automatons’ Original artwork by Julie Soames – Pen and ink on paper – 17/01/23

  • Honeybee Creative2023 Program

    Honeybee Creative
    2023 Program

    We’re very excited for our 2023 season. Honeybee Creative will be building on our successes over the past few years and continuing to champion the Arts in the disability community. Creative Mentorship for Neurodiverse Art Lovers Music | Theatre | Visual Arts Engaging through music, dance, theatre, performance, storytelling, video and sound production and improvisation. […]

  • Merry Christmas From Melanie 2022

    Merry Christmas From Melanie 2022

  • Birds Sing

    Birds Sing

    Birds Sing features a lyrical collaboration from the HBC crew, based on a Rachael Sait poem with vocals and percussion and samples from the crew. The birds sing their words The birds sing their words The birds sing their words Through the trees With all the other birds Have you heard A story about The […]

APRA Art Music Awards Winner 2022

For excellence in music education

It is a great pleasure and honour to announce that Honeybee Creative has been awarded the National Award for Excellence in Music Education. Nominated, reviewed and selected by our industry peers, the APRA Art Music Awards are one of Australia’s most prestigious arts awards.

APRA Judges Report

“A thoroughly deserved winner who has championed the creative development of people with disabilities in the Gympie, QLD region and beyond. Moving to working online during (Covid) lockdowns, Honeybee Creative hosted their song writing and music creation sessions successfully through online mediums. The facilitation work by the faculty to take the creative thoughts, desires and actions of neurologically diverse people and lay it out in a form that everyone can understand is commendable. It is great to have this type of program operating within a regional area and the project outcomes demonstrate why art and music is so valuable for the community”.

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