For information on Bert Hinkler's home town of Bundaberg, check out the Welcome page on the Bundaberg Regional Council's web site:

To see how Bundaberg carries on the legacy of it's famous aviator by building it's very own locally designed light aircraft, have a look at the website of Jabiru Aircraft

Experience the life and times of Bert Hinkler in the Hinkler Hall of Aviation.  Here you will find a wealth of information pertaining to historic aircraft.  Many of these aeroplanes have connections with Bert Hinkler as a test pilot, navigator and design advisor:

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is a 170,000 - member international organisation open to all aviation enthusiasts. It is based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA:

Aerolink:  We're an aviation - specific link farm. Just links, probably more links and certainly more 'live' links than any other site. You will enjoy browsing this site:

The Queensland Museum is an innovative, exciting and accessible museum of science, human achievement and social history. At the Queensland Museum, one can learn about the past, understand the present and prepare for the future:

Find out about the Australian state that Bert Hinkler lived in by visiting the Queensland Tourist and Travel Corporation website: