Howitt Volcano | John Seach


Victoria, Australia

37.2 S, 146.7 E
Lava-field province
Extinct volcano

Howitt volcanic province consists of two small areas of basaltic flows. The lavas rest on flat topped ridges at an altitude of 1500 m. South of Mt Howitt, there are several flows with a total thickness of at least 100 m.

Further reading
Wellman, P., 1974. Journal of the Geological Society of Australia21(4), pp.359-376

Eruptions of Howitt Volcano

32-36 million years ago