Mount Warning is the remnant of a very ancient shield volcano, which last erupted 23 million years ago.
Many visitors to Northern New South Wales Australia, make the 4 hour return hike to the pinnacle.
Some start off in the dark in order to reach the summit in time for sunrise as this vantage spot is one of the first on the East coast of Australia to see the sun's rays.
The Bundjalung aboriginal people refer to this as Wollumbin and is a place of cultural and traditional significance.
Local wood turner Liam has captured the silhouette of this special place and created a chopping board from local sustainable camphor laurel.