Each year I struggle with finding interesting gift ideas for Father’s Day.
Inevitably I procrastinate and end up buying a boring gift at the last minute. This year I decided to do a little bit research and pull together a Fathers Day Gift Guide for readers.
I hope you like the suggestions.
Fathers Day Gift Guide
1/ Beer Bud Boutique Beer Subscription
Beer Bud -Beer Boutique is an online store dedicated to providing quality Australian craft beer to enthusiasts. Members can choose from the largest range of craft beer in Australia. Mixed cases and exclusive limited edition releases are available online, or you can leave it to the experts. The beer club offers monthly and quarterly subscriptions to a hand-selected mixed case from the brewery of the month.
Quarterly subscription for Father’s Day $65 per quarter.
With 9 different Bloke Boxes to choose from there is bound to be a box to suit every type of dad. Is your dad the “Gone Fishing” type of man, or perhaps the “BBQ Lover”… whatever the dad, Bloke Boxes has just the thing for Father’s Day giving. Each gift is packaged in a cool wooden crate and delivered with a mini crow bar.
Bloke Boxes are $99.
3/ Transparent Canoe
This isn’t a joke!
Watch the fish swim by in this 2 person transparent canoe. This hard shell transparent canoe provides 100% visability. It weighs under 20kg, and is lighter than most aluminum or wood canoes. It is real and available for $3995
4/ Wrestling Bottle Openers
These wrestling bottle openers would make a novel gift for day this fathers day. Each colour features a wrestler in a different hold. These guys are just $12.95.
5/ Instagram Fridge Magnets
Turn 9 of dads favourite Instagram images into fridge magnets. Every time he goes to the fridge he will remember the good times.
$15.99 for a sheet of 9 Magnets and free worldwide shipping. Use the code FRIENDLYIJ3 to get a further 15% deduction.
6/ PhotoBox – PhotoBook
Memories are everything! Preserve Dad’s special moments for him in a Classic PhotoBook. Choose family photos, holiday photos or images of dad enjoying a favourite hobby. So many different options.
A4 Classic Photobook $49.95
7/ Sabre Sword Umbrella
Is it Cool or Geeky??
I’m not sure… but I love this Father’s Day gift idea. I know my dad will be just waiting for rainy weather to use this umbrella. I’m pretty sure my brother would get a kick out of this too!
The Sabre Pirate Sword Umbrella is available for just $39.95.
8/ Titillating Truffle Temptation Gift Pack
Does your dad enjoy a gourmand lifestyle. The Truffle & Wine Co have put together a Fathers Day Gift pack which includes a bottle of their wine, a titillating truffle product, tea towel and recipe book. There are four wine and truffle combinations to choose from for $60.
9/ Yoda USB Desk Protector
Here is another slightly geeky gift idea for Father’s Day. Yoda plugs into the USB port and his sword lights up when motion is detected. He has 6 phrases that he speaks to the intruder, including the classic “still much to learn, you have.”
Yoda will protect dads computer for $30.
10/ Beer & BBQ Cooking Class
Does your man fancy himself as a bit of a wizz behind the BBQ? Combine his love of beer and BBQ cooking with a Beer & BBQ Cooking Class. He is sure to produce the “best barbies EVER”. Dad will learn everything from gourmet BBQ meat and seafood cooking, to what beers to serve with food to compliment the flavours. Naturally there is a cold beer on arrival.
Cost includes Beer, Delicious Gourmet Meal, Apron & Cookbook just $126
11/ Twilight Tall Ships Cruise for 2
A romantic sunset cruise for two on Sydney Harbour is the perfect Father’s Day gift. Sail for 2 hours aboard and authentic tall ship enjoying delicious canapes and drinks. Gorgeous views of the Opera House and other Sydney icons whilst listening to live acoustic music performed on deck.
$99 for two people.
12/ Carlton Brewery Tour, Beer Tasting & Pub Meal
This is an interactive tour with a behind the scenes look at the famous Carlton & United Brewery, home of some of Australia’s favourite beers. After the tour enjoy a selection of beer tastings and a delicious pub meal at the Brewhouse.
The cost is $64 for two people.
Well I hope I have given you some ideas for Father’s Day Gifts.
Don’t forget we also have FOUR Father’s Day competitions running at the moment.
Our wonderful sponsors have contributed some great prizes for dad. If you haven’t entered yet check out these giveaways.
What are you planning on giving dad for Father’s Day? Are you organised already?