How to treat Dad this Father’s Day

Father's Day is just around the corner — which means it's almost time to celebrate Dad on his special day! We know it can be hard to decide what to do to celebrate Dad, but we do know his favourite way to enjoy it would be spending the day with you, which is why we've rounded up some of the best things to do on Father's Day right here. From gifts, surfing to spending time outdoors or at-home family game nights, these five ideas are sure to show your number one guy in your life how much you care. 

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  1. The perfect Father's Day gift. 

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  1. Make him breakfast in bed

A classic, but every good Father's Day inevitably begins with breakfast in bed. Set your dad's day up for success with a good hearty breakfast of his favourite foods delivered straight to the bedroom. If you're helping your kids to treat your partner, get them to assist you in making a cup of tea or coffee, toast, croissants and any other food and taking it upstairs. 

 

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  1. Spend the day by the ocean

Spending time by the ocean can be a perfect way to enjoy anyway day off, so why not pack up the car and head to the nearest beach, port and spend some quality time with your old man. Take your boards and head out in the surf, or if surfing isn't his thing, tap into his joy of fishing and rent a boat just for the occasion. If he's more of the adventurous type, he'll love to ride around on a jet ski. 

  1. Explore the great outdoors

Perhaps it will just be a leisurely walk along the coastline, stopping in a scenic area for a picnic. Or, if your dad is a keen cyclist, you could let him lead you on his favourite route in the local area. More thrill-seeking families could even consider booking a day of kayaking, quad biking or climbing! It's sure to bring you closer together, too.

  1. Go camping 

Whether you head to a campsite for the weekend or decide to set up a tent in your backyard, Dad will love exploring the great outdoors with you. With numerous places to explore around Australia, this is the perfect opportunity to take some time out and enjoy some quality time with your special guy.