Retired beekeeper here in SA, son is a beekeeper in WA. They move their bees to honey flows all over the state, your organic honey is higher risk of carrying disease than heat treated honey, which is the only way honey is permitted into WA from the east. If your empty honey container ends up in rubbish and is broken or left open bees will rob it and potentially take disease back to the hive. I've seen honey bees at, I think, Durba Springs on the CSR. Only way they could get out there IMO is if someone was out there on a honey flow. My son has been out east of Norseman in the last 2 years so the beekeepers do move around and honey from the eastern states is a HUGE RISK to their industry as we have diseases that they don't.