In Australia the CSIRO and Australian Meteorological Office have combined to produce a regular snapshot entitled State of the Climate.
To hand several changes noted from it..
- Highly variable rainfall across the country, with substantial increases in rainfall in northern and central parts of Australia, as well as significant decreases across much of southern and eastern Australia.
- Rapidly rising sea levels from 1993 to 2009, with levels around Australia rising, between 1.5 and 3mm per year in Australia’s south and east and between 7 and 10mm in the country’s north
Perhaps explaining changed and observably more turbulent seas south and east of New Zealand.. if I recall RNZ’s coastal weather forecasts well..
The download is available here