4 last minute Father's Day gifts that won't seem last minute
We have no doubt you love your dad, but when it comes to finding a gift he’ll just love – well, it’s a little harder than you probably first thought. (I mean, how many golf balls and Bunnings vouchers can one man have?!)
This Father’s Day, make your dad’s day by gifting him something he’d never be likely to get for himself. A gift to truly suit his own style. These presents are quick and easy to pick up – and are certain to please him. (Almost as much as this photo of Channing Tatum and his daughter Everly Tatum pleases me!)
#1: A spa experience
Odds are your dad is like most fathers – in that he probably wouldn’t have a trip to the salon high up on his list to spend his money on. However, that doesn’t mean he wouldn’t appreciate the opportunity to relax and unwind if it was a gift from you. The Aveda Men’s Recharge treatment is certain to send Dad into a blissful state of relaxation and maybe even make him care a little more about his skin. Each two-hour treatment includes a Fusion Stone Massage and a customised facial.
#2: Tickets to his favourite flick
Is your dad keen to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes? Perhaps he’s more of a Guardians of the Galaxy type of guy? Either way, if your dad’s a movie buff, you can’t go past a Gold Class gift package from Event Cinemas. Just for Father’s Day, you can get two Gold Class Tickets and two bar vouchers for just $98.
#3: The ultimate skin regime
Do you often hear your dad complaining of dry skin? Ever catch him nicking some of your mum’s moisturiser? Does he long for products that are his and his only? Then it’s high time you gifted him with a pack containing everything he needs to take care of his skin his own way. The NIVEA Sensitive Father’s Day Pack contains NIVEA MEN Sensitive Face Wash, NIVEA MEN Sensitive Moisturiser, MEN Sensitive 3-in-1 Shower Gel and NIVEA MEN Sensitive After Shave Splash – all in a gorgeous deep blue gym bag! Buy it here!
#4: The right to watch what he wants to watch
If you’re anything like me, then your dad is definitely a little outnumbered at home (with mum and my two sisters the poor guy doesn’t get a look in!). So why not give him the gift of his own decisions, especially when it comes to something as important as watching the telly. Google Chromecast is a streaming media device that plugs directly into any HDTV in your house and makes it easy to watch your favourite music videos, TV shows and movies via the Google Play store. The best bit? It’s super easy to use, even for Dad! Chromecast tucks neatly away behind your TV and works with Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and ChromeOS devices.
Google Chromecast, $49, JB HiFi, Dick Smith and Google Play Store.
Event Cinemas Gold Class Tickets, $98, eventcinemas.com.au
Image credit: @jennaldewan
Which gift would your dad like most?