The Energizer Headlight is the perfect solution for any job or activity where dad needs to use both hands.
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Father’s Day Gift Guide

Stuck for a gift idea for dad? Then check out these 10 ideas that are sure to put a smile on his face this Father’s Day.



Personalised t-shirts, RRP $25.26-$35.08

Think of a great phrase, or something dad always says, buy a good quality t-shirt – matching tees can also be a cute idea – then grab a pack of Avery T-shirt Transfers to make your own customised clothing. You can even use Avery’s free and easy-to-use software for your own creations.



Bamboo Slate and Bamboo Folio smartpads, RRP $189.00-$289.00

Bamboo Slate and Bamboo Folio smartpads from Wacom allows your dad to turn his handwritten notes or sketches into digital files with a simple push of a button. The use of Wacom’s Inkspace app and other integrated cloud services, means he can easily edit and access files when he’s travelling interstate or overseas.



Balcony BBQ, RRP $64.79

Not only will this 58cm x 19cm x 14.5cm barbeque from Prezzy Box fit snugly onto dad’s balcony or deck railing but the combination grill and warming plate means he can cook anything from burgers and seafood to sausages and steaks without messing up mum’s kitchen.



Energizer Headlight, RRP $19.99-$48.99

If your dad is a cycling enthusiast who gets up before the crack of dawn, a handyman who always seems to be fixing something, or a weekend warrior who loves camping, then check out these new hands-free Energizer Headlights. The four lightweight head lamps, which range from 80-250 lumens, feature waterproof and LED options that are comfortable, secure, durable, and last an impressive 50 hours – the perfect solution for any job or activity where dad needs to use both hands at once.



Pizza Stone Stacker, RRP $79.95

This sturdy Matador 330mm Pizza Stone Stacker Set from Bunnings features 3 x 33cm cordierite stones, a stainless steel cutter, wooden pizza peel, and tiered, foldable stand for easy storage. Dad can cook three pizzas at once and it works on most hooded barbecues and convections ovens.



Noritake Tasting Hour drinkware, RRP $22.73-$36.36

Founded in 1904, New York-based Noritake is synonymous with timeless style, quality craftsmanship and attention to detail – qualities which are captured in its Tasting Collection. The drinkware range includes glasses for beer, brandy, red wine, white wine, margarita and martini, along with a tumbler, highball and decanter.



The Aerator by Rabbit, RRP $49.95

This clever gadget distributed by DKSH conveniently aerates red wine as it is poured to improve its flavour. Featuring an acrylic drip-free pouring spout to minimise the risk of spillage and wastage, it allows dad’s favourite wine to breathe as it is poured. The silicone stopper at the bottom of the aerator, which is designed to fit snugly on all wine bottle sizes, ensures a tight fit.



The Game Cricket Wallet, RRP $129.00

If your dad is a cricket tragic, then this one is a no-brainer. Designed in Australia and distributed by Gyrofish, the wallet is made with premium vegetable tanned Italian leather and features signature stitching just like that of a real cricket ball. It even comes with gift box and soft cotton drawstring pouch, saving you the cost and time to gift wrap, along with a five-year warranty.



Hanging Fishing Chair, RRP $175.00

Handmade in Noosa, Queensland since 1993 by Swingz, these comfy hanging chairs are made from fadeproof, weatherproof canvas, hardwood dowel, marine rope and stainless steel fittings – so they’re the perfect accessory for dad’s next fishing, camping or beach trip. Available in 15 colours, you can also trick it out with an optional footrest, ($25), pillow ($20) and drinkholder ($10).



Smeg Espresso Coffee Machine, RRP $499.00

Finally, if your dad can’t function without his morning pick-me-up, Smeg‘s new slimline coffee maker will surely put a smile on his dial. Between its retro colour and curves, and thermoblock heating system that heats hot water quickly, it’ll save dad a trip to the local café before he heads to work. Yes, it’s at the luxe end of the gift scale, but it’s one of those quality purchases the whole family can pitch in for.


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Veda Dante

Veda Dante is an accomplished journalist, consultant and content creator who has nearly 30 years’ experience writing about everything from tourism, hospitality and health to architecture, pools and luxury goods. When she’s not producing copy for clients, this self-confessed word nerd is usually writing and photographing the Byron Bay region for her blog www.livebyron.com.au

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