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Author Topic: Are there any active volcanoes in Australia?  (Read 1891 times)

Offline Cosmos

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Are there any active volcanoes in Australia?
« on: 03 June, 2015, 01:20:24 AM »
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Re: Are there any active volcanoes in Australia?
« Reply #1 on: 01 August, 2015, 04:38:20 PM »
Believe it or not, Cos, there is even a website dedicated to the volcanoes of Australia.

Called Volcano Alive it says you needn't worry about too much about  being frazzled to a crisp in your sleep because it claims that only a couple are lying doggo and may erupt. Just make sure you stay away from Victoria.

"Most volcanoes are extinct, but there is a province in Victoria which is dormant, and may erupt in the future.
Australia's currently active volcanoes are Heard Island, and McDonald Islands."


There is though a worryingly l-o-n-g list of other bits and bobs about volcanoes, dormant one, tsunamis etc.

Clicking on each and any one of the following entries in their actual website (see end for link) will bring you a whole page on each entry.

Anyway, here's their list, Cosmo, most of which (but not all) are sleeping. Time to emigrate?

Australian Islands
• Heard Island
• McDonald Island
• Lord Howe Island
• Norfolk Island Ridge
• Macquarie Island

North Queensland
• Atherton
• Chudleigh
• McBride (Undara)
• McLean
• Nulla
• Piebald
• Sturgeon
• Wallaroo

Central Queensland
• Bauhinia
•Buckland
• Hillsborough
•Hoy
• Mitchell
•Monto
• Nebo
• Peak Range
• Rockhampton
• Springsure

Southern Queensland

• Brisbane
•Boyne
• Bundaberg
• Focal Peak
• Glass House
• Main Range

Northern NSW
• Barrington
• Central
• Comboyne
• Doughboy
• Ebor
• Liverpool Range
• Nandewar
• Tweed
• Walcha
• Warrumbungle

Central and Southern NSW
• Abercrombie
• Airly
• Bunda Bunda
• Byrock
• Canobolas
• Cargelligo
• Dubbo
• El Capitan
• Monaro
• Nerriga
• Snowy Mountains
• South Coast
• Southern Highlands
• Sydney

Torres Strait

• Murray Islands

South Australia
• Mt Gambier
• Mt Schank

Victoria
•Aberfeldy
•Bacchus Marsh
•Bogong
•Bonang
•Flinders
•Gelantipy
•Howitt
•La Trobe
•Mt Eccles
•Mt Napier
•Neerim
•Toombullup
•Uplands

Pacific Ocean
• Tasman Seamounts Reserve

Tasmania
• North
• Northeast
• Northwest
• Central
• Central-East
• South

Tasman Sea
• Tasman Seamounts
 

Burning Mountain

 Non-volcanic emissions of hot gas and sulphur in rural NSW, Australia.

Mystery Craters

 Craters located near Bundaberg, which might have volcanic origin.

Recent Australian Tsunamis
 
Ancient Australian Tsunamis

Tsunami Early Warning Systems

Volcanic Tsunamis

Tsunamis


Have fun. Here's the site... http://www.volcanolive.com/australia.html

« Last Edit: 01 August, 2015, 04:51:25 PM by P-Kasso2 »
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