Red Rock Reserve
|Mountain type||Maar volcano|
Red Rock Reserve is a major volcanic site made up of several large maar craters, some of which are intermittently filled by lakes. It is situated in Victoria, Australia, seventeen kilometres north of Colac. It is one of Victoria's youngest volcanoes, with an eruption point of around 8,000 years  and is one of Victoria's most spectacular volcanic sites.
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