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Dads come in all shapes and sizes and for many there is one distinct common thread that connects us, we love our children, we embraced fatherhood and intentionally make it a priority. Dads Online is dedicated to these Dads. We providing relevant information and ideas that taps directly into the heart of topics that are most important to Dads. This is an interactive site so feel free to post your comments, share thoughts and ideas so they can also help others.

Does having a place help me get 50_50 custody

Going through separation or know someone who is? These series of podcasts focusing on separation and divorce can equip you in making better decisions. Thanks to Daniel Dalli for helping Dads Online with this helpful content. If you need a good … [Continue reading]

Should I stay in the family home until settlement_with guest Family Lawyer Daniel Dalli

Going through separation or know someone who is? These series of podcasts focusing on separation and divorce can equip you in making better decisions. Thanks to Daniel Dalli for helping Dads Online with this helpful content. If you need a good … [Continue reading]

Instant gratification

A friend of Dads Online named Tony has been kind enough to send in a parenting tip that has worked wonders in his home. read his tip below... “As a father of two teenagers and one 12 year old I’ve battled (as we all do) with the pocket money and … [Continue reading]

Dads Online Podcast

Listen to relevant information, guest interviews, tips and ideas that tap directly into the heart of topics that are most important to Dads...   … [Continue reading]

Match-Day – a day in the life of an under-8s soccer coach

When I was asked to coach my son’s under-8s team I had visions of implementing a sweeper system or teaching my new team the beauty of the Italian art of Catennacio. I imagined stalking the touchline like Sir Alex Ferguson, making constant … [Continue reading]

GasWorks Kids Holiday Program

Scott Hone has toured from Melbourne to Montreal, Penrith to Palm Island, and New York to Nambour; galivanting across the globe as part of the Circus Oz touring ensemble. Now Scott is freewheeling around Australia, and into the School Holidays … [Continue reading]

How children react to separation

Rightfully so, we can become completely consumed by separation and divorce. It's pretty much one of the most distracting and life changing events we can go through. It effects our personal life, finances and career. As I have said before, anyone … [Continue reading]

Mountainside Wines Getaway

Hey Dads, if you're like me, I look for interesting and enjoyable things to do on a weekend. Sometimes with a friend, sometimes with the kids or sometimes with both. Well, I have found the perfect spot for all of that.   Mountainside … [Continue reading]

Can next year be better than the last

Yes of course it can! If you want something bad enough then the only thing standing in its way is you. That's why its important to write out our goals for the new year. Writing them down goes beyond just thinking about what you'd like to achieve. … [Continue reading]

Have you and your partner discussed what having kids really means

Relationships start out exactly how we like them, we're smitten and crazy about each other. It very sensual and physical. Its fun and exciting, everything is new and you feel like your connection is cohesive enough to be able to handle anything that … [Continue reading]

25th November say NO to Violence against women

In 1991 in a Canadian University, a man entered and took a lecturer room hostage. He let all the men go and then killed 14 women, 2 women who survived later suicided. A disgrace on an unimaginable scale! White Ribbon Day is to remember those women … [Continue reading]

What are you prepared to give up

Having kids should not be taken lightly. It would be the biggest most important decision anyone can make in their lifetime. Bringing a child into the world requires a lifetime of intentional commitment, from the day they are born to when they … [Continue reading]