Tania Maree Kernaghan (born 18 July 1968 in Albury, New South Wales) is an Australian country music singer.
During her career, Tania has earned fifteen number one radio hits singles, numerous awards, sell out concerts and record sales in the hundreds of thousands. She has also performed at the Grand Old Opry in Nashville.
In 1992, Kernaghan released her first single, "I'll Be Gone".
Her first album, December Moon, was released in January 1996. It was nominated for Best Country Album at the ARIA Music Awards of 1996. The album was certified Gold by ARIA in 1997 and Platinum in 1998.
At the time of releasing her fourth album Higher Ground in 2005, Tania started her own record label, KCR.
Tania is an accomplished and well-known horsewoman and an acclaimed keynote speaker which she presents at various functions across Australia.
|Year||Album details||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
|1999||Dancing On Water
|2001||Big Sky Country
|2009||Livin' the Dream
|2017||All Australian Girl
|"--" denotes the album failed to chart or was not released.|
Tania was a co-host on the Australian travel show Discover Downunder, in which she travelled to numerous tourist destinations around Australia as well as Channel 7's Queenslander Weekender. She is now a presenter for What's Up Downunder which currently airs on Channel 10, One Digital, Southern Cross and numerous regional affiliates .
She also had a part in the film 'Shadows of the Past' playing the role of Sally Robson.