Lake Barrine (and its sister lake - Lake Eacham) form part of the Crater Lakes National Park and were formed around 10,000 years ago when there was a shift in the earth's climate. A Maar volcano was formed when hot molten rock came into contact with groundwater. This caused a build-up of steam, gasses and pressure which blasted the central core from the volcano. This massive explosion caused a crater which subsequently filled with rainwater - and this is how the two lakes came into being.
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