Mt Warning is in the Mount Warning national park in the Tweed Valley, NSW.
Photo Spot Details
Mt Warning or Wollumbin (which is aboriginal for cloud catcher) is part of the remnants of a now extinct volcano. The surrounding valleys are extremely fertile and green due to the volcanic soil. Seen from the top of the mountain the area is most beautiful at sunrise, although this involves a 2 hour climb in the dark it is totally worth the hike!
The mountain equally as wonderful to take pictures of as well as from. There are many wonderful vantage points from which to photograph Mt Warning, one of the best being across the Tweed River at Chinderah.