Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea
5.90 S, 143.15 E
summit elevation 3568 m
Doma Peaks is an andesitic volcano located in the highlands of New Guinea.
The main cater is breached towards the west by the Arua River.
There are parasitic cones on the southwest of the summit, and a lava field on the northeastern flank.
Geothermal activity is present in the headwaters of the Arua and Tebi Rivers.