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April 4, 2017 Resort News No Comments Email Email

Arguably one of Australia and New Zealand’s most important national days, Anzac Day is a time to remember all of those military service men and women who have served their country in times of war, conflict and peace keeping activities in periods past and present. Though you may find yourself on Bali sand or soil on April 25th, that doesn’t mean you cannot pay your respects to those fallen and returned service personnel and celebrate this special day in true Anzac style. Canggu Club is throwing open its doors to The Sports Bar and Bistro C for the whole day on Tuesday April 25th and entry is free!

Catch the entire, live telecast of the Dawn Service from Gallipoli in The Sports Bar from 10.30am onwards. It’ll be just like your favourite RSL back home. The beers will be flowing and the footy showing with Happy Hour prices all day and the annual Anzac Day AFL grudge match between Essendon and Collingwood on multiple screens from 1.20pm.

Satisfy your cravings for some typical Anzac Day tucker with an Aussie barbecue lunch on offer and the obligatory pavlova eating competition. If all that meringue is a little too sweet to tempt your palate, tuck into some home baked Anzac cookies for dessert instead ……irresistible!

Bring the kids along and they can join in a few on field activities of their own with some free Auskick training in the afternoon. There might even be a bit of adult entertainment throughout the afternoon with a ‘coin toss or two’…. if you know what I mean…… Heads up!

Of course, Splash Water Park will be open as usual and just for Anzac Day, in an effort to show their appreciation in some way, Splash is inviting all Australian and New Zealand military personnel, past and present, to ride the slides for the day free of charge! Everyone else is welcome to join in some slide action too for the regular advertised price of Rp350k per adult and Rp230K per child (3-17 years).

Whether you are holidaying on the island or here as an expat in Bali, join us at Canggu Club on Tuesday April 25th to recognise and celebrate the efforts of those who have risked and sacrificed  their lives to ensure that current and future generations of Australians and New Zealanders can continue to enjoy a life of freedom in the lucky countries!

For the full line up of activities at Canggu Club this Anzac Day, go to the ‘What’s On’ section at their website:

‘At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them…..

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