The AAHS membership is dedicated to the collecting, restoring and preservation of ANTIQUE CLOCKS and WATCHES, and also Literature and Tools associated with Horology.

We have monthly meetings with a comprehensive library and ongoing workshops and projects. We conduct members-only marts twice a year.

The AAHS is also involved in the promotion of the Society throughout the wider community, Historical Societies, Councils and Museums.

The Society conducts a range of projects and workshops to promote the correct maintenance of collections.

What We Do

  • To promote the study, research, repair and knowledge of clocks, watches and related tools.
  • To encourage and foster interest in relation to all aspects and all periods of Horology.
  • To promote an interchange of collecting and study interests between members.
  • To collect and preserve Horological information and historically important Horological items.
  • To encourage the preservation and development of Horological skills and techniques, particularly those of earlier periods.
  • To encourage restoration which is sympathetic and appropriate to the period of the Clock, Watch or Horological Tools.
  • To publish and circulate newsletters, books and other information that furthers the objectives of the Association.
  • To affiliate this Association with kindred Associations within Australia and overseas.