With Father’s Day fast approaching it can be hard to think of what to get the ol’ man. Why not do something a little different this year and treat your dad by taking him somewhere special instead? To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of top Father’s Day offerings across Perth on September 1st!


Father’s Day at Core Cider

Who doesn’t like the sound of spending a day out in the Perth Hills with your Pa and a cider? Take a scenic drive out of the city to Core Cider, where you can enjoy some of their Father’s Day specials under the sunshine. Choose from a two-course breakfast menu or a three-course lunch overlooking the picturesque orchard – to mark the occasion there will even be some live music in the Cider Garden from noon until 4pm.



Father’s Day Gourmet BBQ Lunch at Caversham House

This year, Father’s Day coincides with the first day of spring, and if Dad’s idea of perfection involves good food and the outdoors, Caversham House’s Father’s Day Gourmet BBQ Lunch will be the perfect treat. There is something for every dad to get stuck into, with mouth-watering options like a woodfired rotisserie, a live seafood paella cooking station and a German carving station. Explore the expansive gardens at Caversham House and enjoy live entertainment all afternoon.


Father’s Day at Market Grounds

Make Father’s Day one to remember this year by bringing Dad to Market Grounds for a day of footy, fun, and whisky! The team recently introduced a mouth-watering new menu and foodie Dads will love the decadent three-course feast, accompanied by games in the beer garden, Talisker and oyster pairings, and a side of blues from Carl Fidler.



The Ultimate Dad’s Day Out at Optus Stadium

Optus Stadium was recently voted world’s most beautiful stadium in the Prix Versailles. Why not spoil Dad with the Ultimate Dad’s Day Out to fully appreciate its beauty? The day features a delicious buffet brunch with views of the city, followed by a tour of Optus Stadium plus a special gift for all Dads who attend! With activities like face painting and balloon twisting to keep the kids busy, Dad will be able to sit back and enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic Stadium.


Dad’s Day by The Beach at Scarborough Beach Bar

If your Dad is a beachy bloke, head over to the Scarborough Beach Bar for Dad’s Day by The Beach. Enjoy a relaxed day with delicious food and an Epic Beach Eats Tower – a.k.a. a double-decker selection of all Dad’s favourites including seafood, sliders and porterhouse steak. On arrival, Dad will be treated to a pint and will go into the draw with a chance to win a private Little Creatures Brewing Tour for two.


Image credits: Feature – The Island Brew House, Core Cider, Caversham House, Optus Stadium, Market Grounds & Scarborough Beach Bar.
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