Tweed Volcano, NSW, Australia
28.398 S, 153.27 E
summit elevation 1125 m,
Tweed volcano is a 100 km wide ancient shield volcano. Mt Warning forms the central complex of Tweed volcano. Mt Warning volcano has a 30 km diameter erosion cladera. The original volcano height of Tweed volcano was 1900 m and it erupted 3200 sq km of lava.
Contrary to popular belief Mt Warning is not the first place to receive sunlight in Australia. Tasmania receives sunlight first in summer.
Mt Warning taken from microlight aircraft - John Seach pilot
Mt Warning from the Tweed River
Mt Warning last erupted 20 million years ago.