Berry Blue Frozen Monster Lake
It’s a recipe from deep in the mountains of faraway Bluedonia! A meringue lake, surrounded by crispy monsters and filled with Berry Blue Jelly. Always a monster hit at parties.
Limited Edition Aeroplane Original Port Wine Jelly
The rich deep flavour of Limited Edition Port Wine is one of our all-time most popular jellies. It’s an essential ingredient in classic trifles.
Limited Edition Aeroplane Original Raspberry Jelly
A family favourite, celebrate special occasions with Limited Edition Raspberry. Delicious on its own, with fruit or in classic dessert recipes.
Melody the Messenger Plane is one of Bertie’s best friends. She loves to sing the Aeroplane Jelly jingle as she carries messages for her friends. A cheerful plane, Melody flies through the sky towing messages about yummy Aeroplane Jelly. At the end of a musical day, Melody enjoys hanging with her friends in the clouds.
Aeroplane Jelly Expands
In 1927 Bert Appleroth partnered with Albert Francis Lenertz to form a new company called Traders where they sold Aeroplane Jelly and many other household products. Three years later it was Lenertz who wrote the words and music to the famous Aeroplane Jelly jingle.
Aeroplane Jelly Beginnings
Taking off in 1927, tram driver Bert Appleroth first made jelly crystals in his bathtub and distributed them on his Sydney Tram route. So popular was his invention that Bert quit his job and began full time jelly production.
I like Aeroplane Jelly
The Aeroplane Jelly jingle is said to be as well-known as the national anthem. 90 years later, it is still one of the most loved and catchiest jingles. Do you remember the words?
Original Aeroplane Jelly Ad
Remembering where it all started many years ago. The little girl you see swinging away was in fact Barbara Llewellyn who mimed the well known Aeroplane Jelly jingle sung by Joy King.
Aeroplane Jelly with Whistling Boy
Tommy Dawes a finalist in a 1938 talent quest was discovered by Aeroplane Jelly's founder Bert Appleroth. So impressed was he that an image of Tommy whistling was created to illustrate the jelly packs and was used for over 40 years.