Make magical memories this Father’s Day

Families are busy and need special days like Father’s Day to take time out and just be together. With the annual holiday coming up this weekend, let us help you plan a Father’s Day your special man will remember for years to come.

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30-Aug-2017

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Emma Blake

Make magical memories this Father’s Day

Families are busy and need special days like Father’s Day to take time out and just be together. With the annual holiday coming up this weekend, let us help you plan a Father’s Day your special man will remember for years to come.

Families are busy and need special days like Father’s Day to take time out and just be together. With the annual holiday coming up this weekend, let us help you plan a Father’s Day your special man will remember for years to come.
Celebrated for over a century in countries around the world, each Father’s Day tradition may be different, but it will carry a similar message of showing appreciation to the father figure in your children’s lives.
Father’s Day originated in Washington, USA, in the early 20th century, inspired by a young woman who wanted to honour her father for raising her and five siblings on his own. Soon other countries were adopting the tradition. While the celebrated day activities vary from place to place, the common theme is togetherness.
Spoiling dad in Sydney is easy - we have beautiful beaches, iconic sites and fabulous food at our fingertips
So, if you’re all out of ideas for how to create a memorable Father’s Day this year, read on….
If you have an active family, how about a little indoor family rock climbing at The Northern Beaches Rockhouse in Brookvale? After you work up your appetite, grab some lunch and fresh handcrafted beer at Four Pines Beer Brewery, minutes walk from the Northern Beaches Rockhouse.
If climbing is not your thing how about taking dad out on a family lunch cruise on the stunning Sydney harbour? Or bring out his inner child with a day at Luna Park followed by lunch at The Deck.
Consider a weekend getaway to enjoy some quality family time. Family-friendly destinations within striking distance of the city include the Blue Mountains, Newcastle or the South Coast.
Whale watching is always a treat!
Or if you want a day at home, grab the tongs and apron and treat dad to a traditional Aussie BBQ.
However you decide to celebrate, be sure to take the time to make this year’s Father’s Day a memorable one and let dad know how much he’s loved.