The Seekers' Australian singer Judith Durham passed away at the age of 79.

An entertainer from Melbourne who became famous around the world in the 1960s because to singles including The Carnival is Over, A World of Our Own, and Georgy Girl

Australian vocalist Judith Durham, who was also the lead singer for The Seekers, passed away at the age of 79.

The voice of the folk music group The Seekers, with whom Durham played from 1963 until 1968 before leaving to focus on her solo career, 

Georgy Girl are a few of the band's international successes that helped them fast become a global phenomenon and sell more than 50 million records.

Durham passed away on Friday night while receiving palliative care, according to a joint statement from Universal Music Australia and Musicoast.

According to the statement, she died as a result of complications from a long-standing chronic lung condition.

The music industry and fans worldwide, and all of us who have been part of Judith's life for so long," The Seekers management team member Graham Simpson said.

Her bandmates in The Seekers, remarked that losing "our valued lifelong companion and dazzling star" had permanently altered their lives.

"She fought valiantly and valiantly, never whining about her fate and firmly accepting its outcome. Keith, Bruce, 

The prime minister, Anthony Albanese, praised Durham as "a national treasure and an Australian icon" as tributes to the adored singer poured in.

He wrote on Twitter, "Judith Durham gave voice to a new thread of our identity and helped pave the way for a new generation of Aussie artists."

Many people will miss her compassion, and our country will never forget the anthems she wrote for it.