Thanks for visiting the Coastal Risk website.


The NGIS team is overwhelmed at the enthusiasm and support we have received for Coastal Risk since launching our projects for Australia, Tonga and Vanuatu. The maps have been widely shared in the media, used as a learning resource in Universities and have influenced change at a policy-making level. 

After managing the website for over four years, NGIS Australia is looking for support to upgrade the site to include new data and features.

We wish to continue our good work demonstrating impact in the global climate change discussion and we are looking to partner with organisations that can join us on that journey. 

Please get in touch with us via the form if you would like to show support, provide funding or if you would like to confirm how you were previously using the website. 

Thanks again,

The NGIS Australia team

Media coverage:

"New maps show the risk of sea level rises to Australian cities" - 

New website shows what Australia's coastline will look like in 2100" - SBS

"Climate change: Model predicts Australia to lose famous sites in new sea-level rise"ABC

"This Climate Change Map Will Show If Your Place Is Underwater By 2100" - Pedestrian TV

"Interactive map highlights sea level risk sites" - Spatial Source

"Climate modelling from Coastal Risk Australia shows spots like Clovelly Beach under water in 100 years" - Daily Telegraph