Never stop dreaming of things you can do with your Dad.
Book with G'day Parks, Australia's largest network of holiday parks. You are bound to find the perfect location and activities for the Dads and father-figures in your life.
Make your 'any-time-of-the-year' Father’s Day gift to them a unique experience with you!
Get Airborne in the Barossa Valley
Doesn’t your Dad deserve to float above vineyards?
For South Aussies, a Barossa Balloon Adventure might be the perfect way to show Dad you care. Sample the best of the region’s food and wine and then take in the view of SA from the sky!
A stay at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley will put you in the heart of one of Australia’s most-loved wine regions, and has a range of accommodation options.
The sky’s the limit! Consider a hot-air balloon ride above these beauty spots around the country:
Go Glamping on Rottnest Island
Pimp your camping experience with Dad (and Mum!)
G’day Parks glamping experiences are in some of Australia’s most exotic and in-demand locations.
Glamping tents are designed to upsize your holiday in nature, while keeping you above the elements in style.
Discovery Rottnest Island is a first-of-its-kind low-impact eco resort nestled amongst dunes on one of the most picturesque locations in Western Australia.
The Deluxe Oceanside Tents feature walk-in robes, day beds and a private deck with coastal views!
Located on the forested banks of Logue Brook Dam, the area surrounding the property is popular for fishing, swimming and bushwalking.
Offering a wide range of cottages, bunks and cabins, this spot is a glampers delight!
There are several to choose from around Australia, but for those west side, we also suggest Lake Brockman Tourist Park, a superb lakeside getaway 125km south of Perth.
Discovery Parks - Fraser Street, Hervey Bay is another iconic Australian location and was recently used during the filming of the new Channel Ten travel comedy, ‘Waltzing Jimeoin’. Check out his sunset gig from there!
Go Fishing in the Northern Territory
You can’t talk about fishing trips in Australia without discussing a Top End fishing experience!
Even novices love getting to know the Northern Territory this way: on a boat, in nature, tackling some of Australia’s best fish!
Riverview Tourist Village in Katherine sits along the nape of the Katherine River and is within a half-days drive of the picturesque Victoria and Daly Rivers.
All of it is prime Barramundi country and within another short drive to Katherine Hot Springs, where you can take a thermal dip!
You can fish anywhere there’s water in Australia, but here’s a couple of adventurous suggestions from around the country:
On Western Australia's Pilbara you can gain access to some of Australia’s truest paradise islands via a trip from Port Hedland.
The Montobello Islands offer incredicle scenery and an unforgettable experience.
Golf Wild in Tasmania
Golf might be the perfect way to ruin a good walk but we know a lot of Dad’s love a golfing adventure.
Take that to the limit by booking a round on either of two of the world’s most distinctive courses on King Island, Tasmania.
Flights to King Island from mainland Tasmania are available, making this a real next-level adventure.
A stay at Discovery Parks - Cradle Mountain is an experience all of its own, and puts you within driving distance of Launceston and Burnie Airports, where flights to King Island depart!
It also puts you and your family on SA's Limestone Coast!
Road Trip Australia!
As soon as you can, hit the open road.
Australia is HUGE, making it perfect for a good old-fashioned road trip. Get as far away or stay as close to home as you're able!
Drive the Larapinta Trail and witness some of Australia's most iconic attractions.
Australia's backyard is your oyster! Consider road-tripping to any of these less-travelled destinations:
The Eyre Peninsula is a highly underrated destination on South Australia’s remote west coast. Close to the bustling Port Lincoln centre and nearby Coffin Bay, Tumby Bay Caravan Park is located in one of the Eyre Peninsula’s prettiest coastal towns.
Mount Isa in arid North West Queensland is another destination for a quintessential outback roadie. Discover old mines and aircraft hangars as you unfold Australia's history. Then experience the meaning of outback hospitality by staying at Sunset Top Tourist Park.