Let dad escape for Father’s Day

LOOKING for a Father’s Day gift that will really get you in the good books? Treat dad to a mini-getaway of his choice with a accommodation Gift Voucher this Father’s Day.

The vouchers range in value from $20 and can be used for stays in over 55 countries. They can be personalised with your own message and either printed at home, or sent directly to your Dad’s inbox.

Wotif Brands general manager Megan Magill said the accommodation gift vouchers have always been a popular choice for Father’s Day presents.

“Each year we see a spike in gift voucher sales around Father’s Day, and we’re always interested to see where our Aussie dad’s choose to holiday with their Gift Vouchers,” Ms Magill said.

“Last year regional New South Wales was top of the list, so it looks like dad’s are pretty keen on escaping the cities for some quiet time, with or without the family.” Gift Vouchers can be used for bookings up to 12 months from the date of purchase at one of 16,000 accommodation providers around the world.

Let your gift recipient decide where and when to book an escape with a accommodation voucher.

Buy online at or ph 1300 887 979.

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