Snowy Mountains Volcano | John Seach


NSW, Australia

35.5 S, 148.3 E
Lava-field province
Extinct volcano

The snowy mountains province is a small area of basaltic lava flows. In the south, lava flows are located near Bago Range, Cabramurra, Kiandra Cabrumurra, Tooma, and Tumbarumba. In the north, lava flows are located near Wee Jasper, Honeysuckle Range, and Crowpal Mountain.

Further reading
Wellman, P. and McDougall, I., 1974. Potassium‐argon ages on the Cainozoic volcanic rocks of New South Wales. Journal of the Geological Society of Australia21(3), pp.247-272.

Eruptions of Snowy Mountains volcano

17-22 million years ago