Father’s Day ideas for the dad who has everything

Father’s Day ideas for the dad who has everything

Stuck for Father’s Day gift ideas? If your dad is the type who seems to have everything, you’ll want to read on.

Dads can be notoriously difficult to buy for, but it doesn’t have to be that way! We’re here to make the shopping process that little bit easier, whatever your preference and budget.

Since Father’s Day this year will be a little bit different, we have put made sure all retailers in this guide offer click-and-collect services, meaning your Father’s Day shopping just got a whole lot easier!

Have a virtual cook off!

Nothing beats a homecooked meal—better yet if it’s dad’s favourite! Want to treat your dad to a homecooked meal but won’t be able to see him in person this Father’s Day? Well why not bring out your inner master chef and have a virtual cook off?

Not only will it be a whole lot of fun, it’s also super simple to organise. Once you decide on a recipe for the cook off, you can pre-order all the produce online from Coles or Woolworths and get it delivered to both you and your dad’s home.

After you’ve gathered all the food, order his favourite bottle of wine or six pack of beer from BWS.

When Father’s Day arrives, simply set up a video call and let the games begin! This is a great way to spend some quality time together—which after all, is the most important part of this special day.

Novelty gifts

When in doubt, opt for a fun gift! Funny socks from Jay Jays or novelty pyjamas from Peter Alexander are always a sure bet! You could also try a comical book from Zing Pop Culture or a cheeky man-cave addition, which are all guaranteed to put a smile on your dad’s face this Father’s Day!

A way to stay connected

Is your dad tech-savvy? Does he know his way around a video call? One of the best gifts you could give this Father’s Day is the gift of connection—especially if it’s tricky for your dad to see his family and friends right now.

If he hasn’t made the leap to virtual catch ups, why not spoil him with an iPad from JB Hi-Fi or a smart tablet from Myer? This way, he’ll be able to easily stay in touch with family and friends online. You can’t beat that!

Fun family activities

There’s plenty to love about board games from the friendly rivalries to the win-at-all-costs approach, but the best part? The memories made. This Father’s Day, pick up Monopoly from Big W, Articulate from Games World, or if you’re a family of wordsmiths, pick up Scrabble from KMART.

If you can’t see your dad in person this year, simply make it virtual. Believe it or not, some of your family favourite board games can be adapted to be played over a video call. Get everyone to grab a pen and paper, because Pictionary is not only a whole lot of fun but it’s super simple to play online. Trivial Pursuit is another great option as you only need one person with a board who can take charge of showing the cards to the rest of the family.

A delicious delivery

Your dad might have everything, but who could turn down a delicious treat? A large range of our food retailers offer delivery through Uber Eats, Deliveroo and several other delivery services. So why not treat dad to a surprise delivery of his favourite food?

From delicious burgers from Grill’d to scrumptious desserts from San Churro, dad will be left completely satisfied after delving into an edible gift!