Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Bushfire-Aftermath-in-Kangaroo-Valley--NSW-27MZIFJ8I2L6Q.htmlConceptually similarBushfire Aftermath in Kangaroo Valley, NSWGP0STUNLJCompleted★★★★Bushfire Aftermath in Kangaroo Valley, NSWGP0STUNLKCompleted★★★★Bushfire Aftermath in Kangaroo Valley, NSWGP0STUNLLCompleted★★★★Bushfire Aftermath in Kangaroo Valley, NSWGP0STUNLNCompleted★★★★Bushfire Aftermath on the South Coast, NSWGP1SUCP7Completed★★★★Bushfire Aftermath on the South Coast, NSWGP1SUCP9Completed★★★★Bushfire Aftermath on the South Coast, NSWGP1SUCPCCompleted★★★★Bushfire Aftermath on the South Coast, NSWGP1SUCPDCompleted★★★★Bushfire Aftermath on the South Coast, NSWGP1SUCPECompleted★★★★View AllGP0STUNLMBushfire Aftermath in Kangaroo Valley, NSWThe bushfire aftermath on the roadside while driving through Kangaroo Valley, NSW.Locations:Australia-New South Wales-OceaniaDate:1 Feb, 2020Credit:© Courtney Van der Weyden / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4032px X 3024pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Death-Destruction-Dry-Forest fires-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-TreesShoot:Bushfire Aftermath in Kangaroo Valley, NSWFrom the beginning of September 2019 to February 23, 2020 over 12.6 million hectares burned in the record breaking fire season across Australia. Over this time period, the Australian bushfires emitted 434 million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. This equated to over three-quarters of the 532 million tonnes Australian industry emitted in 2018-19. 11.3 million Australians were directly affected by smoke which blanketed the largest cities (Melbourne and Sydney) as well as many others. There were 34 fatalities, 5,900 buildings destroyed (including 2779 homes) and over 1 billion animals were killed.The Shoalhaven region of NSW was severely impacted by the fires. Here are images of the fire aftermath in the small town of Kangaroo Valley, NSW.