15 Easy Things To Do With Your Dad This Father’s Day

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If you’re stuck for ideas, we’ve got 15 easy things to do with your Dad this Father’s Day.

  1. Get Out On The Water

Even if you don’t own anything that resembles a water craft there are plenty of places that rent out boats, jet skis, kayaks…pretty much anything to keep you a float in the deep blue. So grab yourself a water craft and spend the day on the water with your Dad, it’s a guaranteed good time for the both of you.

  1. Take On The Track

If your Dad feels the need for speed take him to the local race track and challenge him to a few laps. There’s nothing like a bit of healthy competition to bring the two of you closer.

  1. Hit The Golf Course

Whether your Dad thinks he’s the next Tiger Woods or not, get to a golf course and spend the day together practicing your swing.

  1. Fire Up That BBQ

Standing around the BBQ with your Dad, tongs and drink in hand is a great way to spend time with him that may even end up in you learning his BBQ secrets to the perfect steak.

  1. Get Baking

This may not sound like something your Dad would be in to, but spending time together, making a mess and producing a delicious treat together will definitely bring you closer. Plus you’ll end up with something delicious to share at the end.

  1. Treat Him To Dinner

Either take him out or surprise him with a cook up at home with his favourite meal, your Dad definitely won’t be left disappointed.

  1. Prepare a Movie Night

Nothing goes past the classic movie night – this may be less exciting than the others, but Father’s Day is all about spending time with your Dad so taking the time out to sit and enjoy a movie together will certainly leave you both feeling the love.

  1. Get Your Rock On

Take your Dad to a live gig of one of his favourites, or maybe share with him one of yours. Prepare yourself for a night of boogieing and air guitars that is set to be a good one.

  1. Get Your Culture On

If he’s a history buff take him to a museum, if art is his thing take him to a gallery. This is a great way for you two to share his interest and spend some quality time together.

  1. Go on a Pub Crawl

Go to your local pub or show your Dad your favourite new drinking spot and enjoy each other’s company over a few drinks.

  1. Car Nerd?

If your dad is crazy about cars – old or new – take him to a car show. He’ll love being able to share all of his fun car facts with you, whether you want to hear them or not, he’ll love that you’re taking the time to share the thing he loves.

  1. Catch a Game

If your Dad loves sports, there no better way to celebrate Father’s Day then by catching a game of whatever he fancies. If you want to make it even more special, pack a picnic and a footy, frisbee, cricket bat and ball or anything to throw around together at half time.

  1. Volunteer Together

This is the perfect way for you and your Dad to spend quality time together that isn’t just good for the both of you. See if there are any volunteer opportunities locally and sign you both up.

  1. Start a DIY Project

This is a great way to spend time together as you get to work closely with each other to create something you’ll both love. If you don’t finish it in the one day, you’ll be able to continue working on it together over a period of time which is a great way to spend time with your Dad.

  1. Go for a walk

Simple but effective. Going for a walk gets you outside while also giving you the opportunity to really talk and spend time together.

 

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Amie Maclaine

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Amie is a self-professed make up addict with a larger perfume collection than anyone in the southern hemisphere. There’s not a night of the week you won’t find her without a face mask on, and cup of peppermint tea in hand. With a passion for all things food and wellness, she’s the first to jump on a new heath trend. If she’s not rocking one of her well-loved rugby jumpers, you’ll find her in her active wear, Almond Dirty Chai in-tow, ready to take on the day.

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