The Warrumbungles rise abruptly above Coonabarabran in the Central West of NSW. This beautifully rugged range of mountains is the remnant of an ancient shield volcano. Numerous walks and campsites are scattered across the National Park. On this occasion I had travelled west to take in the spectacular views from the Grand High Tops. Getting to this amazing viewpoint involves quite a slog up a steep mountainside. Fortunately the sweat and effort was well worth it with outstanding 360 degree views from the top. I camped the night up there, so was fortunate enough to enjoy a sunset and sunrise. These are the images that I captured.