Our Association established the Hinkler
House Memorial Museum in 1983 and laid down the outline of the Hinkler
Hall of Aviation in 1984. Our organisation is dedicted to the
collection of memorabilia and artifacts associated with the life and
times of Bert Hinkler.
Over 25 years, we have assembled
a significant and valuable
collection of Hinkler related material, now held in trust by the
Hinkler Hall of Aviation Memorabilia Trust. This collection can
be accessed by appointment.
Our Association specializes in the life
and times of Bert Hinkler. If you are aware of any related
material i.e. photographs, artifacts, letters or other items referring
to Hinkler, we would value your contact.
Our research and collection of Hinkler
history spans a 25 year period. Subjects
of interest for our present
- Hinkler's WWI experiences,
- The Schneider Trophy races of 1925,
- Hinkler's exploits in New Zealand, England, Canada and America.
Our organization has, over the last 25
years, assisted graduates and students with their studies and published
various papers and articles pertaining to the life and times of Bert
Your assistance with our information
gathering programme would be greatly appreciated by our research
association and all donated items are recognised
recorded to Museums Australia Guidelines.