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Nebo Volcano

The Nebo Volcano is in the central volcanic province 90 km southwest of Mackay, Queensland. From the town of Nebo the volcanic field extends northwest for 200 km.

Other volcanic structures in the area are Mt Fort Cooper, Clark Range, Mt Landsborough, Mt Dalrymple, Mt Britton, Mt Donaldson and The Peak. 45 km north-northwest of Nebo is Diamond Cliffs.

Mt Fort Cooper is a mesa 1.5 km in diameter and 530 m high, northwest of the town of Nebo. It is believed it may be a lava lake about 16 million years old.

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Last updated 11/01/2010

 

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