I bought some sugarbag honey on the weekend - honey from stingless native bees. I got it in Warialda, NSW, but it comes from Highvale Qld. -"from the forests of North Qld." It was a fluke that I found it, last jar, and label damaged, - and don't know how it ended up in Warialda, although "Warialda" is supposed to mean "place of wild honey '' in local language, and they do have a Honey Festival every Spring, although there doesn't appear to be many beekeepers in the area. It has instructions on the jar to keep refrigerated. Pretty good honey, a bit thin and sort of runny, but tastes fine - a medium to dark colour. The aroma reminds me of leatherwood honey.