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Narage volcano forms a small volcanic island 32 km WNW of Garove Island, north of western New Britain. It is the northernmost of the Witu (Vitu) Islands.
Although the volcano may be extinct, there is vigorous hydrothermal activity. Narage has hot springs and geysers, mainly on its SE and SW coasts. In 1863, a geyser shooting 45 m high was observed at a sandbank 8 km offshore.
Narage island is circled by a reef at a distance of 200-400 m.
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