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ANZAC Day

2021 ANZAC Day Service

Presented by Lane Cove RSL Sub-branch and Lane Cove Council.

You're invited to join us for an ANZAC Day service on Sunday 25 April at The Canopy.

To help provide appropriate social distancing, this year Council will host the ANZAC Day Service at The Canopy. A QR code will be made available on-site for all guests to register their attendance, no bookings required in advance. All guests must register using the QR code via the Service NSW App. If you have issues registering via the app, staff will be on-site to manually register your attendance.

Please arrive at 7:15am for a 7:25am start. This is a limited capacity event due to COVID restrictions. Limited seating will be provided and wet weather updates will be made on this page.

Lane Cove Remembers Audio Guide

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Did you know the names of more than 20 streets and places in the Lane Cove area have been named after people who have a connection to World War I? Why not check out the Lane Cove Remembers Audio Guide and learn all about these important names?

Keep an eye out for the red poppy that has been fixed to street signs and locations featured in the guide.

To access the guide you can download the free izi.TRAVEL app via the Apple, Google and Windows app stores or download from the izi.TRAVEL website. To find the guided walk, search 'Lane Cove Remembers' once in the app to discover text, audio, images and GPS tracking to guide you along the walk. 

And don't worry, if you aren't able to get out and about you can still access the audio guide without visiting the locations via the izi.TRAVEL app.

Make your own ANZAC Biscuits


ANZAC Biscuits are delicious and easy to make for people of all ages. If you're looking for something fun to do, try this classic recipe provided by Lane Cove Community Hub caterer-in-residence, Bern the Chef.

Bern the Chef: Anzac Biscuit Recipe

I have used the Country Women's Association recipe for years.

I'm one of 7 children, and my mother baked our afternoon teas every single day. There was always a double batch of these at least once a week. And they would be lucky to last a couple of days, unless they were a little on the hard/burnt side. Which, if you are watching 7 siblings at once, is bound to happen! 

By the time I was 10, I had served my apprenticeship of measuring, mixing & rolling balls. I was the family weekend baker of these as well as cupcakes, slice & golden syrup dumplings.

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150g (1 cup) plain flour

220g (1 cup) sugar

100g (1 cup) rolled oats

90g (1 cup) desiccated coconut

125g butter

1 tablespoon golden syrup or treacle

2 tablespoons boiling water

1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celsius and lightly grease two baking trays. Combine the flour in a bowl with the sugar, rolled oats and coconut. Melt the butter in a saucepan with the golden syrup over medium heat. Combine the boiling water with the bicarbonate of soda and stir to dissolve. Add to the butter mixture and mix well, then stir into the dry ingredients until thoroughly combined. Drop teaspoons of the mixture onto the trays, allowing room for spreading.

Bake for 10 minutes, or until golden brown.

Allow to cool on the tray for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.