Lennox Head

Lennox Head, often referred to as just Lennox, is situated between Ballina and Byron Bay. It had a population of fewer than 10,000 people in the 2016 census.

In 2007, Lennox Head was declared a National Surfing Reserve.

This seaside village is popular among surfers, mainly because of its headland, Lennox Point. The point break here is phenomenal.

But that is not the only place you can surf. If you are looking for a Lennox Head surfing experience, an unforgettable adventure awaits you. There is something for everyone—from beginner surfers/paddleboard surfers to the veterans.

If you are an avid surfer, or you have always wanted to learn, there is no better place to be than Lennox Head. The spots are plentiful and the views scenic. Besides, there are a lot of surf/SUP shops to help you get started. For the veterans, the point break here will give you the experience of a lifetime.