Father’s Day is coming up, and if you have Dad’s present all sorted, well done! How are you planning on spending the day with him, though? If you’re stuck for ideas, here are five that are sure to make Dad’s day.
1) Breakfast In Bed
Sure, breakfast in bed may go hand in hand for Mother’s Day, but why just leave it to just one parent? Treat Dad to a relaxing breakfast in bed, and pull out all the stops. Plump up his pillow, make him his favourite breakfast, and let him enjoy himself. You could even let him stay there all day, and pamper him a bit. C’mon, he deserves it!
2) Go Hiking
If you would like to spend some time outdoors this Father’s Day, why not take things outside and go for a hike? This is a great team-building experience, as well as a great way to get some exercise and all bond as a family. Take some outdoor furniture with you, grab a basket and some food, and enjoy a day in the Aussie bush. Just don’t forget to take some insect repellent and comfy hiking shoes with you.
3) Do Something He’s Always Wanted
Is Dad constantly nagging you about places he wants to go with you, but you never have? Well, now’s the perfect opportunity. Also, you’re a terrible child. Whether it be going to the art gallery, going fishing or even just listening to him chat about “the good old days”, let him decide what you’re going to do for the day. It’s his day, remember!
4) Explore Your City
If you’re a Sydney-sider, this Father’s Day idea is one to try. Seaplanes explains further. “Fly above some of the world’s most awe-inspiring views – The Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, the Pittwater, a string of pristine city beaches and the luxuriant bushland of the Hawkesbury region. All scenic flights depart from Sydney Seaplanes’ Rose Bay Terminal, which features a luxurious lounge, a waterside oyster and cocktail bar, a discreet VIP room, and a flying boat museum paying homage to a historical site in Australian aviation. Relax over a bottle of beer whilst doing some seaplanes spotting at the terminal with Dad before hopping onto a Sydney Seaplane for a treat of a lifetime. Fly above some of the world’s most awe-inspiring views – The Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, the Pittwater, a string of pristine city beaches and the luxuriant bushland of the Hawkesbury region for a memorable Father’s Day!” Find out more about Seaplanes by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
5) Experience Nature
For the adventurous families out there, why not take Nyarai Chapingidza’s advice, thanks to Experience Oz + NZ. “Explore the Gold Coast's Tamborine Mountain with the scenic Rainforest Skywalk. Journey through the emerald green rainforest, the Skywalk will take you from the Rainforest Eco Gallery and on a scenic and adventurous journey through the middle and upper canopies of the rainforest. After you've explored the top canopies, you can venture down to the lower canopy to follow the signs to some of the areas most popular areas including rock pools, waterfalls, a butterfly lookout and a local history enclosure.” Find out more about Experience Oz + NZ by following them on Facebook and Instagram.
Watch your Dad have the best Father’s Day ever with these activities. Don’t forget to thank him for putting up with you and tell him that you love him. If you live too far away, give him a call and tell him. He’ll really appreciate it.
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