Father’s Day Australia is a big day down under. It’s up there with the foot grand final for Dads. So you’re going to want to give them an epic September 1st. To make your Dad’s day an absolute ripper, this Ultimate Guide To Father’s Day Australia has everything you need, including:
- When Is Father’s Day? Sunday the 1st of September 2019.
- Activities For Father’s Day Australia
- Messages For Father’s Day Australia
- Gifts For Father’s Day Australia
- Poems For Father’s Day Australia
- Jokes For Father’s Day Australia
- Cards For Father’s Day Australia
1. When Is Father’s Day?
Father’s day is on the first Sunday of September. So for 2019, that’s Sunday the 1st of September.
Check out these 54 Father’s Day activities that your Dad will love. It includes everything from mini golf to car shows to board games. You’re guaranteed to find something fun to do this Father’s Day.
Find an awesome message for your Father’s Day card. Choose from either sentimental or hilarious messages, such as;
> I am as lucky as can be. The world’s best Dad belongs to me.
> I love how we don’t even need to say out loud that I am your favourite child.
> Happy Father’s Day! I may be taller than you now, but I still look up to you.
> Dad, you’ve always been like a father to me.
> “One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” — George Herbert
> Small boys definition of Father’s Day: It’s just like Mother’s Day except you don’t spend as much.
> Dad, the best view I ever had was from your shoulders.
> It is admirable for a man… To take his son fishing, But there is a special place in heaven… For the father who takes his daughter shopping.
> Thanks for acting like a kid when I was a kid, acting like a friend when I needed a friend, and acting like a parent when I needed one. You are the best man I know. Happy Father’s Day.
Presents are the most important part of Father’s Day (after your sentimental message of course). Make sure you get your Dad the perfect present by matching it to his passions. So if your Dad is funny, likes a beer or is in to gadgets we have the ideas for you:
> 19 Awesome Gift Ideas for Funny Dads (funny aprons, mugs and more)
> 19 Awesome Gift Ideas For Boozy Dads (stubby holders, glasses and more)
> 19 Awesome Gift Ideas For Gadget Dads (speakers, keyboards and more)
Sometimes a message doesn’t say enough. Or make you feel enough. That’s when a poem can be great on Father’s Day. Here’s a few to get you started:
He never looks for praises.
He’s never one to boast
He just goes on quietly working
For those he loves the most
Daddy I know your secret
That you’ve tried to keep suppressed
I promise I won’t tell anyone
But I know you like me best!
A Father Is . . .
A father is a source of strength,
A teacher and a guide,
The one his family looks up to
With loving trust and pride…
A father is a helper
With a willing hand to lend,
A partner, an adviser,
And the finest kind of friend.
Dad jokes are Dad’s domain on Father’s Day. It’s Dad’s time to shine. Here are some (not) funny jokes for Dad:
> I accidentally swallowed some scrabble tiles.
My next poop could spell disaster.
> I used to work for a soft drink can crushing company.
It was soda pressing.
> Did you hear about the two guys that stole a calendar?
They each got six months.
> What do you call a fish with no eyes?
– A fshhhh.
> I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger.
Then it hit me.
> Why can’t you hear a pterodactyl going to the bathroom?
– Because the P is silent.
> Police were called to local day care centre this afternoon.
There were 4 kids resisting a rest.
> When my wife told me to stop impersonating a Flamingo, I had to put my foot down.
> My friend told me I didn’t know the meaning of ironic, which was ironic because we were at a train station.
> Why don’t you see elephants hiding in trees? Because they’re really good at it.
7. DIY Cards For Father’s Day Australia
Often the things Dad loves most are those that are handmade. So check out this guide on making your very own Father’s Day card!
8. How To Give Dad The Best Father’s Day Australia Ever! Everything you need to know…
Be very, very quiet. Why? The first thing you need to do for Father’s Day Australia is channel your inner mouse and scurry silently around the house. The old man works hard, day in, day out. But not today. On Father’s Day Australia you ensure he gets a lay in. Let him rest.
When he gets up, sit him down in his big, comfy chair. Father’s Day Australia will begin with a barista style coffee. Not the instant gloop he gulps as he rushes out the door.
Brekkie is to be the first of three sumptuous meals planned for Father’s Day Australia. Sure he isn’t from the smashed avo on rye generation, but he won’t argue with bacon and eggs.
At this point of Father’s Day Australia you’ll have placated the bear. He’s rested, calmed and fed.
The morning is now his. Sunday papers on the couch, Fox on the box, nine holes on the course or a bit of Xbox. Whatever he wants!
Which then brings us to lunch. Now if it’s possible, make Father’s Day Australia a big family affair. And if you’ve got intergenerational Dad’s- Grandpa and maybe even Great-Grandpa then round them all up.
Of course just before lunch is the traditional “giving of the gifts”. Make Dad(s) comfortable in the seat of honour and let the reverence begin. And remember, unique Fathers Day gifts are always a winner. A Father’s Stein Beer glass. A Vampire Wine Glass. A Daddy Cino coffee mug.
The lunch menu for Father’s Day Australia will be selected from Dad’s favourites, which could mean anything from the traditional roast, to seafood, to a BBQ.
Now lunch is done. It’s time for a snooze on the couch. No, not you. You’re on the dishes and cleaning up. It’s Papa bear who gets the zzzz’s.
The final piece de resistance to complete the perfect Father’s Day Australia is when he stirs from his nap, tell him to dress in his Sunday best. When he asks why- just tell him to do it. No questions asked.
Whilst he’s been napping, Mum’s taken the opportunity to dress to impress because the final touch to Fathers Day Australia is a romantic candle -lit dinner for two. But what about us you ask?
Simple. You can toss up who’s who, but you’ll be chef, waiter and chief bottle washer. Dad and the love of his life get to share an intimate dinner and the opportunity to rave about what wonderful kids they’ve raised. What more praise could you want?
Tomorrow you can guarantee that everyone within earshot is going to hear about the best Father’s Day Australia ever!