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vtravelled Playlist: Down Under Beach Barbecue

by andrew January 2011 - last edited February 2013 by Community Manager

Since we posted about our exciting new code-share agreement with Air New Zealand, we've been dying to get away from the grey and enjoy some down under summer sun.

Our perfect antidote to British winter right now would be a barbecue on the beach with the beer flowing, in the kind of relaxed atmosphere only Australasia provides. Our soundtrack is a mix of antipodean anthems and chilled classics to enhance the mood.

Playlist 10: Down Under Beach Barbecue - Music to Grill to

  • Split Enz – "Sugar And Spice"
  • Divinyls – "I Touch Myself"
  • The Easybeats – "Friday On My Mind"
  • The Avalanches – "Since I Left You"
  • Yothu Yindi – "Djapana"
  • The Vines – "Get Free"
  • Kylie Minogue – "Better The Devil You Know"
  • Pendulum – "Hold Your Colour"
  • Fat Freddy's Drop – "Wandering Eye"
  • Crowded House – "Kare Kare"

If you’re a Spotify user, start your party now with the full playlist here.

Virgin Atlantic fly to Sydney from London Heathrow, via Hong Kong – check out our website for the very best deals on fares. For more information on our code-share flights to New Zealand, see our post: Now We'll Fly You Even Further Down Under. What makes a good travel playlist? Got any suggestions for future lists? We'd love it if you joined in…so please let us know in the comments below.


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Tweetsthatmen4 January 2011
This post was mentioned on Twitter by Air New Zealand, vtravelled. vtravelled said: A playlist to celebrate our new codeshare with @FlyAirNZ: Down Under Beach BBQ antipodean anthems http://bit.ly/hY2w8i
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Andrew Bowman

Andrew is an occasional contributor to the Virgin Atlantic blog. He lived in the Japanese countryside for two years until he could no longer resist the pull of London's galleries, pubs and clubs. He likes to pretend he can speak Japanese and also sometimes writes about music.