Whether you’ve got cash to splash or moths in your wallet, look no further for Father’s Day gift ideas which cover all bases.
Around $10 – Just Cars, Just Trucks, Just Bikes, Just 4x4, or even Just Parts are all perfect petrol-head mags packed with dream machines. Alternatively, if your Dad loves to stay indoors and catch up current affairs, then New Internationalist
Around $20 – Give your Dad the gift of big ideas for his castle with a subscription to Grand Designs Australia. Covering every aspect of home improvement from renovation to decoration, each issue is brimming with innovation from experts in lighting, flooring, interiors, colour and sustainable design. For those who like the simpler pleasures, Beer and Brewer is a comprehensive guide to everything ale, including tips on home brewing, news on upcoming festivals and the hottest beers and where to buy them.
Around $30 – Fishing Monthly has specific editions available for Queensland, Victoria and Tasmania and New South Wales, with info on what’s been biting and where - guaranteed to help your dad land a big one. If he’s more of a waistcoats than waders kinda guy, GQ will keeping him stylish throughout the changing fashion seasons.
Around $40 – Eliminate ‘Dad bod’ with a subscription to Men's Health, covering everything from health and fitness to gadgets and lifestyle. Australian Handyman is ideal for DIY Dads, and is absolutely overflowing with insider tricks of the trade including tutorials to learn techniques for sanding floorboards, regrouting tiles, oiling decks, and painting the house. Australian Golf Digest will keep the swingers entertained with detailed reviews of the best greens (and clubhouses) in the country.