Easter weekend is the busiest time of the year on Australian roads and Kinderling Kids Radio, Australia’s most popular kids radio station, can help you survive those family road trips with kids!

Kinderling Kids Radio recently surveyed 1000+ parents of under 5s to compile the ultimate soundtrack for surviving a road trip with toddlers in tow:

1. Let It Go – Idina Menzel

2. Happy – Pharrell Williams

3. Wheels on the Bus

4. Hello – Adele

5. Hot Potato – The Wiggles

6. Can’t Stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake

7. Roar – Katy Perry

8. Land Down Under – Men at Work

9. How Far I’ll Go – Alessia Cara

10. Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars

While Idina Menzels’ ‘Let It Go’ from the Frozen movie soundtrack came out on top, it was also the top song that parents would gladly never hear ever again! *hands up*

Throughout the Easter weekend Kinderling Kids Radio will be playing its road trip top hits, as voted by parents. Listen live at www.kinderling.com.au or on DAB digital radio (search under ‘kids’).

Kinderling Kids Radio have also put together FREE roadtrip mixtapes for all stages of a roadtrip – the excitement of heading off, car karaoke for family singalongs and soothing sounds on the return journey home.

The mixtapes can be downloaded from the Kinderling Kids Radio app in the iTunes Store or Google Play. Alternatively, catch up on demand at www.kinderling.com.au.

 

Stay safe this Easter weekend and turn up the volume! We’re hopping in the car for the Bendigo Easter Festival with the Wiggles, The White Stripes, Village People, Daft Punk, Justine Clarke and Johnny Cash :)

 

This post has been published in partnership with Kinderling Kids RadioKinderling Kids Radio (SCA Radio) was founded by a group of passionate parents in 2005 and is Australia’s most popular kids’ radio station with an average of 200,000 weekly listeners. The station plays family-friendly music and shows for children aged 0-7 with kids’ favourites, indie artists and grown-up songs too – from Sia to The Strokes.

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