I will mention volcanoes and volcanic activity a lot when describing mounts in western Victoria, Australia, as the area is littered with them.
Mount Warrenheip is an inactive forested scoria cone, one of only two of this type in Victoria. Last activity was about 100,000 years ago. The last volcanic activity in Victoria is thought to have taken place between 5850 and 2900 BC.
Mount Warrenheip 714 Metres (2,343 Feet)
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