Given Father's Day is tomorrow, time has almost run out to find that perfect gift. Left your shopping until today? Fear not, here's a collection of ideas that are coveted year after year.
Cool skincare. Handsome facial moisturiser, $24.95. What dad doesn't secretly love an at-home pampering session? Made especially for men's skin, this cream smoothes easily onto the face, absorbs rapidly and leaves skin feeling hydrated for hours. Available at Priceline.
Comfy gear. Dad Bod T-shirt, $59.95; navy moccasins, $69.95. Sometimes gifting items that are used everyday is just perfect - who doesn't love a new pair of slippers?! peteralexander.com.au
Refreshing beverages. Fernbank Creek Cidery craft cider, approx $25.99 per six-pack. Made from 100 per cent Australian grown fruit, a refreshing beverage is the perfect accompaniment to a Father's Day lunch. Available at bottle shops nationwide.
Cord-free headphones. Lightweight bluetooth headphones, $29. The durable and flexible design means Dad can carry them in his pocket, or sports bag with confidence that they'll come back out in working order every time. kogan.com
Fashionable footwear. Slides, $89. Cool dads started slipping on slides in droves last summer, and with the weather starting to warm up, now's the time to make yours part of the fashion pack. boss.com
Tech storage. Dapper Wrapper, $39.95. Incredibly well-organised and impressively compact, there's no better way to keep tech accessories from becoming a tangled mess. stmgoods.com.au
New sunnies. Kawika sunglasses, $399. Sunny days call for cool shades. If your dad is still wearing a pair he bought at the local service station, why not treat him this Father's Day? mauijim.com/AU
A morning coffee fix. Wacaco Minipresso, $69.99. This lightweight handheld espresso machine is great for coffeeholic dads who can't fathom drinking instant coffee in the morning. The machine suits both ground coffee and Nespresso capsules. anacondastores.com
A book. Paris and Other Disappointments by Adam Rozenbachs, $34.99. Comedian Adam Rozenbachs takes his father on the trip of a lifetime, only to discover his dad doesn't like museums, galleries, travelling, or Paris. A memoir about fathers and sons, and the joys and challenges of travel. penguin.com.au
Spring wardrobe essential. Seersucker blazer, $539. A smart casual jacket can be worn with almost anything, and is a wardrobe essential many dads wouldn't buy themselves. lacoste.com.au
Travel goods. Mand overnight bag, $399. A stylish travel bag for the dad who's going places - literally. elkthelabel.com
Stuff for personal grooming. The Man Kit, $59.95. Everything a busy dad needs to keep his facial hair looking neat, in one gift pack with three precision grooming tools. Available from Big W, Target, Harvey Norman, Domayne, Betta Home Living and Harris Scarfe.
The ultimate surprise. PlayStation4 Pro, $559.95. Surprise Dad with the very best gaming experiences ever seen. Available from select retailers.