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2019-20 Bushfire History Project

The Royal Commission into the National Natural Disaster Arrangements is inviting contributions towards the 2019-20 Bushfire History Project.

The 2019-20 Bushfire History Project is an opportunity for people to record their personal experience and share photos and videos taken during the 2019-20 bushfires and the ongoing recovery.

The contributions made to the 2019-20 Bushfire History Project will form part of the official records of the Royal Commission.


The Royal Commission invites people to:

1.       Contribute videos or photographs taken during the 2019-20 bushfires or the ongoing recovery and/or

2.       Submit a short video account explaining what you experienced during the bushfires.


Submissions to the 2019-20 Bushfire History Project can be made either online or by post:


1. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. the Royal Commission to register your interest in contributing video or photographs to the 2019-20 Bushfire History Project.

    Please include:

·Your full name

·The date you experienced the bushfire

·The city, town or locality where you experienced the bushfire

·A brief description of the material you would like to contribute.

2.Once you have registered, you will receive an email from the Commission with a guide on how to upload your contribution to the history project along with a release form.

By Post

  1. Download your video or photographs to a USB drive or gather your printed photos

  2. Complete this online form https://naturaldisaster.royalcommission.gov.au/form/providing-material 

  3. Label the USB drive with your full name 
  4. Mail the USB drive and/or photographs along with the completed form to:
    Royal Commission Bushfire History Project
    Locked Bag 2000
    Manuka  ACT  2603


Further tips and information can be found on the Royal Commission website 


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