02 Sep 7 ways to spoil your dad this Father’s Day
Stuck on what to get dad this Father’s Day? If your dad hasn’t given out any obvious signals on what to get him, and the occasional snoop isn’t getting you any closer, here are some ideas to help spoil the father figure in your life on his special day.
For the whisky loving Dad
Have we got a treat for dad! This month our piemakers have teamed up with Whipper Snapper Distillery to create the ultimate invention pie for dad – Pulled Pork & Upshot Whisky Pie.
Classic, shredded melt in your mouth Pork, tender sweet potatoes, potatoes & onion marinated in an EPIC Smoky BBQ sauce doused in premium upshot whiskey and dusted with crushed pork crackle seasoning. FULLY LOADED flavour you can only dream about!
The Pulled Pork & Whisky pie is Available for pre order & landing in all stores this Friday 4th September. Limited Time only, while stocks last.
For the sporty Dad
Played Spikeball (Roundnet) before? This game is similar to the old school game of downball but on a round net. Play it indoors or outdoors, on the beach or the backyard, the Spikeball movement is growing in Australia, and if your dad is the competitive type, then this might be the game for him – and the kids too!
For the tech-loving Dad
It’s hard to keep up with all the tech gadgets out there. From the latest in wireless headphones, smart watches, AirPods, digital home assistants, smart doorbells and tables and quality subwoofers – your tech obsessed dad will be happy with a new tech edition, be it on the go or at home.
For the BBQing Dad
Even BBQs have gone high tech! The Weber iGrill mini Bluetooth thermometer takes the guesswork out of grilling, ensuring everything dad throws on the barbie is cooked to perfection.
For the camping Dad
The camping season is upon us, and there’s always something you can add to make the next ‘dadventure’ even better. Has he got all the gear to go off the grid and deck out his campsite? From solar panels, a portable generator, battery, chargers, portable fridge and lighting – there’s a lot involved to being fully self-sufficient.
There’s also nothing better than sitting behind an open campfire. Fire restrictions permitting, the Bear Grylls fire starter could be the handiest camping tool dad owns!
For the DIY Dad
If your dad loves being the handyman at home, then he’s bound to have at least one tool that he’s got his eyes set on. Anything cordless is the way to go, but if he’s already got the essentials, a trip to Bunnings will always uncover something new that he needs.
For the new Dad
For new dads, their first Father’s Day is a big deal and worth making a fuss about. Mark the occasion with a personalised keepsake and organise something for dad to do that he’s been missing post baby. Use his interests as a guide and you can’t go wrong!
At the end of the day, no matter how you show your appreciation to dad on Father’s Day, it’s the little things that count the most.
Wishing all the dads a great Father’s Day!