Father's Day gadget gift ideas for Dad

Rather than giving him another boring pair of socks, why not surprise Dad with the latest tech this Father’s Day? At Bunnings, we have a huge range of innovative gift ideas that are sure to make his D.I.Y. life easier.

A new way to water

With the latest electronic tap timers, Dad can control his garden sprinkler system from anywhere. Whether he chooses a set-and-forget option to water the garden while he’s on holidays, or takes a more hands-on approach, he can have complete control with our innovative range of watering systems.

Create a smart home

Our range of new and innovative home automation products makes it easy for Dad to create a smart home. If he’s someone who likes having the latest gadgets, he’ll love the wide range of smart products we have at Bunnings, from smart lighting systems to video doorbells, door locks, home security systems, irrigation controllers and more.

DJ Dad

If your dad likes to be tuned in while he’s out on site or tinkering in the shed, why not check out our range of worksite radios. They’re portable, hardwearing and can even be connected to your own device via Bluetooth or USB port. If your dad truly dances to his own tune, a worksite radio is a great gift this Father’s Day.

Give Dad the latest accessories

These days, we use our barbecues for more than cooking a few snags and a couple of steaks. With so many great BBQ accessories on the market, your dad’s BBQ can become a pizza oven, rotisserie or smoker. There are just so many possibilities available and the best things is, you get to enjoy the results!

Let your Dad loose in Bunnings

If you still can’t decide, don’t forget you can always give him a personalised Gift Card including your own photo and message. Check out our Father’s Day Gift Guide for more great ideas on what to get dad.

Check out our gift guide

Check out our Father’s Day Gift Guide for more great ideas on what to get dad.

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