The Camberwell gift guide for Father’s Day 2018
Article posted: August 23, 2018
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What do you get the dad that has it all, the dad that claims he “doesn’t need anything” or the dad who says not to worry about a gift for Father’s Day?
It can be tricky to come up with ideas for the dad who doesn’t want to make too much fuss, but with Father’s Day coming up soon (Sunday, September 2) you know you don’t want to turn up empty handed.
Thankfully, Camberwell shopping precinct has an incredible variety of stores to choose from – you’re bound to find something rare, something useful or something special for your dad.
The precinct has got everything on offer, from unique experiences to delicious food to fashion finds and more.
If you’d like to treat your dad to something special this Father’s Day, try one of these gifts:
Give Dad the full grooming treatment and book him in for a hot towel head shave, beard trim or hair cut at one of Camberwell’s barbers. Choose from Barbers on Burke, Camberwell Barber Shop, Boston Barbers and Hair Hut Barber Shop
For the dad that loves a good read, Dymocks Camberwell is the place to go to find the perfect gift. Choose from the latest popular fiction, classic history titles or a biography on someone he admires.
Feed him well
The sporty dad
Tech and entertainment
A unique experience
If dad is not into ‘things’ opt for an experience instead.
Challenge your dad to a few rounds on the track with slot car racing at Race Party.
For the dads that like to kick back and enjoy a movie, take him to the historic Rivoli Cinemas where he can sit back, relax and enjoy the latest action or family film.
There’s something for every dad
With more than 400 stores, it’s easy to find the right gift for your dad in Camberwell. View our full list of stores here.
At Camberwell shopping precinct, we’ve got it all!
Enter our Father’s Day competition
Dad can come up with some pretty lame jokes, but we love them all the same. Tell us what your dad’s best (or worst) joke is and he could win $200 to spend in Camberwell precinct.