|Elevation||715 m (2,346 ft)|
|Prominence||715 m (2,346 ft)|
|Location||Heard Island, Southern Ocean|
Anzac Peak is a 715-metre-high (2,346 ft) volcano on the Laurens Peninsula of Heard Island in the Southern Ocean. It lies to the northwest of Mawson Peak. Despite its low elevation of just over 700 metres high, the peak and several neighbouring peaks have permanent snow and ice, like the Jacka Glacier with several icefalls.
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