In this paper, we investigate a solution for an asymptotic, magnetically-charged, non-singular (AMCNS) black hole. By utilizing the Gauss–Bonnet theorems, we aim to unravel the intricate astrophysics associated with this unique black hole. The study explored various aspects including the black hole’s gravitational field, intrinsic properties, light bending, the shadow and greybody bounding of the black hole. Through rigorous calculations and simulations, we derive the weak deflection angle of the optical metric of AMCNS black hole. Additionally, we investigate the impact of the dark matter medium on the deflection angle, examined the distinctive features of the black hole’s shadow, and bound its greybody factors. Our findings not only deepen our understanding of gravitational lensing but also pave the way for future improvements in black hole theories by minimizing restrictive assumptions and incorporating a more realistic representation of these cosmic phenomena.