Swarm in wall cavity

By: Nick  10-Nov-2020

Hello! seeking help to capture a swarm located at 102 Keon Street, Thornbury inside a hollow core, cement sheet cladded boundary wall. We are Thornbury locals and have a newly acquired hive which we have been trying to attract the bees into. We have made various attmepts now for an hour or more to secure the swarm it seems to no avail, as the bees are still gathering around a hole on the wall which the queen appears to have entered through. We have a few in our hive box but the queen we believe is still inside the wall. The wall is a front boundary wall belonging to a property in Thornbury, address mentioned above, with a small hole which the bees are using to gain access to.

Much appreciated if you could please respond at your earliest convenience if you are able to help. Thanks in advance!


Hi I have a small swarm of bees entering through the brick work around in Macleod that I need safely removed. Thank you Matt 0416 238 483

By:Matt  On:2024-02-15

I'm in Thornbury. In a very small space in the front wall of my house bees are coming and going. I don't know if it's a swarm exactly but they are going in and out of a covity between my windown and the wall of the house. I'd be grateful for advice. Thanks!

By:Paula Keogh  On:2024-02-14

I have a swarm of bees noticed yesterday in a wall Cavity in our old concrete wall need help asap as I am holding a function on Friday night and have 60 people coming 0405500260 thanks so much

By:Carolyn   On:2024-02-04

Hello! We have a large swarm recently formed behind exterior cladding and in between floor cavity above a courtyard door. If anybody is interested please call 0414 631 114 – location Brunswick East.

By:John Frostell  On:2023-11-10

Hello, we have bees living in our roof/wall. Been there for 12 months, accessing through small gap in the tin roof. We live remotely in Glomar Beach, 30 mins from Sale. Would like them safely relocated. Juliarlee@yahoo.co.uk

By:Julia  On:2023-11-06

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