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Find Quirky Father’s Day Gifts Online

Father’s Day in Australia falls on Sunday, September 3 this year. Which means you still have time to round up a great gift, and you don’t even need to leave the house to do it. We’ve found the best ‘Quirky Father’s Day Gifts Online’ for you to grab for the special dad in your life. Check them out …

Where to find Quirky Father’s Day gifts online.

These are some great last minute Father’s Day gifts that you can get online right now!

Custom BBQ branding iron

Let your food do the talking! Every family has one. That one family member who is irresistibly drawn to the barbeque at a party, as if the sizzle of the sausages is calling them – as if the steak is actually speaking their name. Well, now it can. The Custom BBQ Branding Iron can speak their name and everybody else’s!

That’s right. Just when you thought the barbeque revolution had reached its pinnacle, the Custom BBQ Branding Iron allows you to offer personalised porterhouse, signature snags and monogrammed shasliks!

It’ll make a father’s day! It’ll make the barbeque baron of your family swoon in delight! Yes, it’s so simple even they could do it. You just slip the letters into the BBQ Branding Iron, no tools required, sit it face down on the hot plate to get its sizzle up and then brand your beef! (Just remember to let the letters cool, before you go changing them…). It’s definitely a must-have cooking utensil in Australia.

For any self-respecting, fun-loving char-griller – the Custom BBQ Branding Iron is as “rare” as it is “well done”! Seriously, get 5!

  • Contains 52 changeable letters to make sure no word can’t be spelt
  • Made from high quality steel and safe to use on food
  • Can be used on veggies too

You can find it right here.

Personalise it just for him!

Father's Day Gifts Online

Name My Stuff can print anything you want onto pretty much anything you want! Got a special message for dad? They can help you out, and they do it quickly too! Find out more HERE.

For the dad with a heart of gold

Father's Day Gifts Online

Run by legendary local mums, Rafiki Mwema is a charity that makes a difference. They work with families; in the communities; the schools; churches; villages; with the government officials to ensure the cycle of abuse in Kenya is broken so that children are able to live as children should. You might have heard of them, thanks to Constance Hall’s recent incredible fund raising efforts. Now you can make sure that Dad is part of that same cool and caring crowd by hooking him up with a men’s supporter tee. You’ll find more information HERE.

And here’s something completely out of the box!

Father's day Gifts Online Burger Cake

Knowing that the key to any Dad’s heart is through his stomach, The Cheesecake Shop has perfected the ultimate Cheeseburger Cake for some fast food fun this Father’s Day. Cool huh? Cake can be pre-ordered until the 29th August, either in store or online. Order them online HERE.

Fashion to melt Dad’s heart

Father's Day Gifts Online

Not Another Baby Shop has some gorgeous Father’s Day Fashion to make dads swoon! Check it out HERE.

Tech dads will LOVE this

Father's day Gifts Online

Navy Rocket has great unique gifts for dads, including this ‘Stone Power Bank’ with over THREE TIMES the capacity of other power banks, he’ll NEVER need to suffer from a flat mobile or tablet battery ever again. Find a range of power banks HERE.

And, finally, one for the cuddly, snuggly dads

Father's day Gifts Online

He’s a teddy bear of a man. Forget ties. Forget socks. Forget scratchies. My Teddy has Father’s Day gift ideas that help you tell your dad just what a top bloke he is. Order yours HERE.

Wishing all the great Aussie dads out there a wonderful day this year. Why not check out our wrap up of all the best local picnic spots to really make some memories this year?

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

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