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Celebrate Father’s Day the ‘iso’ way with our 2020 Father’s Day Guide

Fathers Day

Father’s Day is around the corner (it’s Sunday, 6 September this year – don’t worry you’ve still got time to get organised!).

Shops and restaurants may have been forced to shut their doors under COVID-19 restrictions but there are plenty of local businesses with innovative ideas on how to treat dad this Father’s Day.

We’ve compiled a few in our 2020 Father’s Day Guide.

Can’t be with dad to make him breakfast in bed?

Send him a coffee hamper instead. Roasting Warehouse is offering free delivery within a 25km radius from Melbourne CBD so they’ve got Moonee Valley covered.

 

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Does your Dad prefer a big lunch feast?

Check out Gourmet Kitchens Father’s Day Meal Sets.

 

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East Pantry has a Father’s Day Feast menu too!

 

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Or maybe you’re looking to send him a care pack from afar?

Check out some of njp livings gift ideas.

 

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Some other great local offerings

Why not grab a gift card for massage, acupuncture, chiropractic and more from Body & Brain Centre.

Or how about a delicious treat box from Gina’s Kitchen. Options include; Savoury Snacker; My Dad’s A Sweetie Pie; Breakfast of Champions and Nuts about Dad. All served in returnable stainless steel containers, so zero waste but 100% deliciousness. Great for an enviro-foodie Dad!