Corrie shares nanalicous recipes from yesteryear in this fantastic new book.

It's more than a cookbook. It's a 108-page treasure trove of old-style family recipes, memories and reflections on a wonderful life, lived by a wonderful woman.

Edited by Australian of the Year Ita Buttrose.

Proceeds from sales of the book benefit Alzheimer’s Australia Dementia Research Foundation and the CorriLee Foundation.

JUST $39.95 (inc. post)

* How to order:

1. When you go through to the payment screen, select 'Merchandise' and enter the description 'Nana No Hats'

2. Enter your details and credit card details and click on 'Make Payment'

3. Your order will be sent to us, and we will deliver your book

Also available in all Dymocks bookstores from
18 September 2013

Our Story

The CorriLee Foundation is an organisation which not only stages major events and charitable fundraisers, but also tries to bring existing charities together. It was established by Tanya Lee in 2008 with the aim of assisting those in the most precarious of circumstances, where opportunity does not often present itself. The CorriLee Foundation owes its name to Tanya's grandmother, Corrie Lee, a person whose virtues our organisation aims to emulate and inspire in others. Virtues such as: perseverance, determination, optimism, generosity, kindness and commitment. Corrie raised a family while her husband was at war, ran her own business in an era when this was not expected of women and endured the loss of a limb without losing her zest for life and her generosity to those around her.


"Corrie Frances Lee, an ordinary Australian, my grandmother and my hero".

-Tanya Lee, founder


It's back! And this time it's not just A Few Of My Favourite Men! A Few Of Our Favourite Artists at the Basement for a night of musical entertainment and comedy. Wednesday 29th June from 6:30pm.
The night will be an exciting and fun exploration of the music of some of the rock stars who have been photographed by the legendary Tony Mott. A group of leading Australian artists are giving their time, energy and talents to raise awareness of the rights and needs of children who have a parent in prison.

With their help – and yours – we want to raise sufficient funds so that SHINE for Kids programs can reach many more children.

Find out more or
get your tickets here.