Caldera Art

About Caldera Art


The Mount Warning Wollumbin Caldera is found on Australia’s east coast - straddling the Qld/NSW border. Originally a massive shield volcano, it has eroded to form a ‘cauldron-like cavity’ (with Mt. Warning at its centre). The term Caldera refers to this unusual type of geological feature.
The local government areas of Tweed, Scenic Rim, Gold Coast, Kyogle, Lismore, Byron and Ballina all benefit from being part of this distinct bio-region and are linked by a series of vehicle touring routes – the Rainforest Way.

Link to Rainforest Way area maps

The area embraces sections of the World Heritage listed Gondwana Rainforests of Australia - known for their remarkable biodiversity and spectacular landforms.

Link to Gondwana Rainforests

Furthermore, the region is now recognised as an iconic National Landscape known as Australia’s Green Cauldron.

Link to Australia's Green Cauldron.

Objectives of Caldera Art

Contribute to public awareness of regional biodiversity values and environmental conservation initiatives by conducting annual touring art exhibitions and events within the region

Showcase the work of artists concerned about the natural environment and facilitate sales of artwork and associated products in order to generate revenue for specific landcare projects and artists.

Develop collaborations with local government, government agencies, community groups, schools, business and tourism stakeholders advocating sustainable use of natural resources

CA Membership

Enquiries are welcome from anyone
interested in the natural environment

Please email:
Jason Morning Regional Tapestry

Michelle Caitens Gondwanan Refugees