Woolumbin 200kms away: Taken from the Washpool National Park.
Woolumbin 50 kms away:
The Aboriginal Peoples of the Bundjalung Nation called it Woolumbin (Cloud Catcher/Rain Maker).
In 1770 Captain Cook named it Mt Warning as he passed by in a ship to warn future mariners of an offshore reef.
It is an ancient volcano and these 2 shots give a differing perspective of this ancient and iconic extinct volcano.
More and more people refer to it as Woolumbin these days, a much more interesting name than Cook's.
This is a Friday Skywatch post. Click here for more heavenly views.
First shot is mine: thanks to M0les/Lupo for image 2.