A year in the making by several Caldera Artists, the Panorama painting depicts the 360 degree views from the summit of Wollumbin Mt Warning.
This spectacular 18 metre long artwork is geographically accurate and features detailed paintings of the birds of prey and high altitude plant species of the Tweed region.
In 2017, the Panorama only just escaped the massive flooding of the Tweed River by ex-tropical cyclone Debbie and an east coast low pressure system which dumped a record breaking amount of rain on the shire. It was re-housed in the Caldera Wildscapes Gallery while the Murwillumbah Visitors Centre was rebuilt.
The panorama is now back in the Visitors Centre which is due to re-open in October 2020.
Many people who visit the Tweed are not physically capable of the strenuous walk/climb to the summit of Mt Warning, or they may choose to respect the wishes of Bundjalung Elders who consider it a sacred place. The Green Cauldron Panorama offers a marvelous virtual view for very little effort.
Header image: Green Cauldron Panorama, northern - eastern view - from Lamington NP (left) to Byron Bay