Unsure what to get your dad this Father’s Day? We’ve put together a list of 25 things he’d be happy to receive
Shopping for dad can sometimes be a tricky task. Whether he’s a sportsman, a coffee connoisseur, a handyman, music enthusiast, architecture orientated or all of the above, we’ve got you covered.
Arguably, the best way to start off Father’s Day is with a home-cooked meal. Campfire steak sandwiches, mussel fritter and rocket mayo sandwiches and little chocolate whisky cakes sound like a winning combination. Perhaps you can serve it up with the new coffee cup you bought him, whilst he lounges in his new dressing gown?
For the truly creative among us, golf-themed cupcakes accompanied with golfing accessories is sure to bring a smile to your dad’s face.
It’s also hard to go wrong with a good book. ‘Can I Borrow Your Spoon‘ is a tome and a decor piece in one. The 272 page book of paintings and writings by Rebecca Commissaris and Aaron Patzer follows their journey on the Te Araroa Trail.
But, if you’re really not sure what he’ll like, gifting a voucher ensures your dad will get himself exactly the thing he wants. Wrap it up in a coffee cup or in a box of treats to make it more exciting.