Byrock Volcano | John Seach


NSW, Australia

30.7 S, 146.3 E
Central Volcano Province

Byrock volcano is located 50 km NNE of Cobar in northwestern NSW half-way between Cobar and Bourke. The Byrock leucitite is found at three locations: Bye Hill, a lava mound 5 sq km in area and 35 m high; and
two smaller outcrops forming low rises to the N and NE.

Further reading
Glanville, D.H., Roach, I.C. and McQueen, K.G., 2003. Advances in Regolith, CRC LEME, Canberra, pp.144-148.

Eruptions of Byrock Volcano

16 million years ago