Tired of buying the man in your life the same old predictable gifts? We’ve compiled a list of seven great ideas that will impress that special man, and they have nothing to do with hammers, drills or even socks!
When was the last time he spent the day with his mates? Don’t remember, or was it just yesterday? Regardless, spending time with friends make us happy - so free up a day for him to indulge in some bromance. A full-day craft beer tour is the perfect gift for guys who love each other’s company as much as they love beer. This tour around Sydney’s inner west iconic breweries and pubs is available on Saturdays and Sundays.
We all know a great experience is made even better when shared with someone special. Whether you’re buying a gift for your son, brother or partner, giving something you can both share is priceless. A beautiful bottle of wine or a whisky hamper is the ideal gift to indulge in together on a quiet night-in.
Does he consider himself the next Jamie Oliver or is he clueless in the kitchen? Put his cooking skills to the test with a unique and fun cooking class. Whether seafood, Indian or pizza is his dish of choice, he can learn new cooking techniques to create memorable dishes to make at home. And hey, you'll also share in the spoils!
They may not admit it, but even guys like to be pampered from time to time. If he’s secretly using your beauty products in the shower, then a male grooming session could be the perfect gift for him. Our top picks include a traditional shave at a men’s only spa, or if he’s in need of some real me-time, a relaxing massage designed specifically for blokes.
If food really is the way to a man’s heart then taking him for lunch or dinner at his favourite restaurant could be the perfect present. If he likes experimenting with food then a new gourmet experience could be a better option. Begin a special day with a sparkling breakfast by the lake or turn dinner into an adventure with a progressive meal at multiple restaurants.
Let him escape the nine-to-five for a day and live out a childhood dream of becoming a race car driver. Put him in the driver’s seat of a fully-fledged Formula Ford race car for 10 solo laps. If he preferred to play in the mud as a kid, then an off-road driving experience may hit the spot. In a V8 buggy the driver takes to a dirt track for twelve laps with two laps driven at breakneck speed by a pro.