Question: What is the only continent without an active volcano?
The last recorded volcanic eruption in Australia occurred over 5,000 years ago, and today there are no active volcanoes left on the continent. The Australian continent has no plate boundaries, which are where volcanoes form. There are two active volcanoes within the Australian territory, located on Heard Island and the McDonald Islands, but these islands do not fall on the actual continent.
The Answer: The correct answer is Australia.