Mixtape: Australia's Family Road Trip

Each week Kinderling shares a Mixtape.

Whether it's driving from Perth to Geraldton, Sydney to Brisbane, Melbourne to Hobart, Canberra to Adelaide, or anywhere else in between, Australian families hit the road at holiday time. And essential for long road trips is music to keep the whole family in a great mood. 

These are the songs to keep drivers and passengers happy both young and old. Press play as you're making your way across the countryside, up and down the coast or traversing the desert of our diverse nation!

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  1. Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson
  2. How Far I'll Go - Alessia Cara
  3. Down Under - Men At Work
  4. Roar - Katy Perry
  5. Can't Stop The Feeling - Justin Timberlake
  6. Hot Potato - The Wiggles
  7. Hello - Adele
  8. The Wheels On The Bus - Jay Laga'aia
  9. Happy - Pharrell Williams
  10. Let It Go - Idina Menzel

Check out our latest mixtapes

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Fright Club

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Healthy Hits

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Rainy Days

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Kinderling House Party!

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Mama Tribe

We got to thinking ... What do mums really want to hear when they get together? We asked one mother's group for their input, and this is what they came…