With Father’s Day almost upon is, it’s time to start spoiling the man in our lives; Dad. Discover our budget-friendly Father’s Day gifts ideas that you can shop safely online.

Lockdown has squashed any hopes we had of the beloved school Father’s Day stall, so we’ve gathered budget-friendly gift ideas so you can shop for Dad for under $50. From beer socks to branding irons, we’ve got all the goodies right here for you.


1. Personalised BBQ Branding Iron $39 | Gifts Australia

Dads are super protective of their BBQ and their steak, so what better to claim their T-bone than to brand it with their own name?


2. Natio Everyday Gift Pack $15.96 | MYER

Dads love self-care too. This Natio pack includes a lush body wash, deodorant and gift toiletries bag.


3. I Love My Dad (even though he farts) Mug $14.95 | DadShop

Because let’s face it, all Dad’s love a good fart joke, and this mug will make him smile every morning as sips his coffee.


4. Magnetic Beer Basket Bottle Opener $12.95 | DadShop

I bought this for my husband last year, and seriously, what a hoot. What’s better than cracking open a beer and scoring a hoop at the same time? Nothing, according to my husband!


5. Personalised Engraved Set of Golf Accessories $42.49 | Hard To Find

Is the ultimate for gift for a sporty dad? Personalise his golf accessories with his name so he doesn’t have to share.


6. Beer Socks $20 | Everything But Flowers

Here’s the kind of can you can crack open before sunrise. Beer socks for the lager-loving dad in your life.


7. Father’s Day Can Coolers $4 | Big W

A guy can never have enough can coolers, and with these for only $4, they won’t break the bank!


8. 100 Fish To Catch Scratch Off Bucket List Poster $34.95 | DadShop

For the Dad who likes to fish, this scratch-it chart can be the challenge the dad in your life needs. As he catches each fish type, he can scratch them off like a winner.


9. Grumpy Old Man Cap $16.95 | DadShop

This gift will either make him laugh, or make him a whole lot grumpier, either way it’s the perfect cap, don’t you think?

What will you be buying Dad this year?

  • I bought a CD stereo player, some jumpers, some toiletries, a framed quote and a bottle of whiskey


  • Handmade card and chocolate this year


  • A wallet


  • Thankyou for a really informative article – especially during this lockdown. I bought the brand for steaks – as well as a couple of other things on the same site :)


  • I just bought the Beer can socks for my grandkids to give my sons! Hoping they will come in time!


  • My dad has passed. My daughter, 28 this year, still makes him a card and a gift. Such lovely keepsakes


  • My kids always buy Maltesers and a car air freshener for their Dad. The presents and a gorgeous, homemade card :)


  • I’m not sure what to get my own dad as we’re stuck in different states and he’s in lockdown, but my baby bought her dad a personalised mug from officeworks with pictures of the two of them together.


  • I don’t think my dad would like any of these. Chocolate and smoked peanuts for my dad this year


  • I don’t see my dad so he won’t be getting anything from me and my husband isn’t really into gift giving and would actually hate it if I got him anything.


  • Not sure about the branding iron but like the cap. It gets harder every year to find something for my husband/father. I cannot even shop at Bunnings this year due to lockdown and my husbands birthday is in the same week too ????


  • I’ve ordered a hamper with snacks and chocolate in it my partner is so hard to buy for so I hope he likes it

    • A hamper is a truly lovely and thoughtful idea.


  • Books and homemade personalised gifts and a yummy homemade meal and treats.


  • Some great ideas there!


  • It’s very hard to find original and/or unique gifts for any man nowadays!


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