Brisbane Flood Mapping

A Brisbane Flood Response Map is now available: view it here.

The map shows evacuation centres (including street address and bed capacity), estimated flood depths and road closures, throughout the Brisbane area.

Currently, this map only features Brisbane flood data. We are working to update the mapping application with data from other areas of Queensland as soon as possible.

latest news map is also available and shows reports, like photos, tweets and YouTube clips, from people in the Queensland community.

Esri and Esri Australia are providing software, data, imagery, project services and techincal support to those responding to the Queensland floods.

If you require mapping and GIS assistance in response to the Queensland flood disaster, please follow this link: Request Assistance.
 

Do you want to volunteer? If you have GIS expertise, contact  GISCorps  to find out how you can help.

Our thoughts remain with those affected by the floods.

– Esri Australia.

3 thoughts on “Brisbane Flood Mapping

  1. Kate R Post author

    Hi Ross,
    We are pleased you found the map useful. The map applications have been produced in conjunction with and at the request of some of our clients. If anyone else should require assistance, there is a link in the above post where you can request help.
    Kindest regards
    Esri Australia

    Reply
  2. Kate R Post author

    Hi Ross,
    We are pleased you found the map useful. The map applications have been produced in conjunction with and at the request of some of our clients. If anyone else should requie assistance, there is a link in the above post where you can request help.
    Kindest regards
    Esri Australia

    Reply
  3. Ross Johnson

    Thank you for the update. This online map is very useful.

    Is Esri Australia also producing flood mapping for NSW, Vic and Victoria?

    Will Esri also be making this spatial data available for free download for community use?

    Challenging times but it is fantastic to see the community spirit is alive and well in regards to the clean up operation and financial support.

    Ross Johnson
    Land Information Officer
    Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) NSW Committee
    Local Government Representative – NSW Spatial Council Metadata Working Group

    Reply

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