LENNOX HEAD

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Lush bushland, crashing swells and easygoing vibes, Lennox Head is a beachside town with a whole lot of chill factor. And although Lennox is quite a big deal among surfers, this dreamy seaside village remains a quiet and humble oasis in a region that has made it into the big leagues.

Lifestyle

A short 30-minute drive south of Byron Bay, Lennox Head is a beachside village that takes life in its stride boasting a coastline that ranks highly on the surfing circuit, a beautiful freshwater lake fit for water-based adventures and lush parkland that’s just begging to be explored.

Running along the coastline, Pacific Parade has a great selection of eateries and cafes that keep locals fuelled up. From ocean-fresh seafood to pub dining to on-trend cafes, every meal in Lennox Head also comes with a side of ocean views.

Seven Mile Beach is revered for its right-hand point break while Pat Morton Lookout has hang-gliders launching off its 65-metre clifftop. The views here are well worth the walk as you take in surfers carving up waves and the majestic whales during their annual migration. And just up the road is Lake Ainsworth. Lined with tea trees, the lake is picture-perfect and a go-to for water sports, picnics and barbecues.  

Part of the Northern Rivers region, Lennox Head is surrounded by big-name towns – Byron Bay, Ballina and Lismore – which gives locals access to a domestic airport, a university, a delightful paddock-to-plate foodie scene and vibrant nightlife and festivals. Needless to say, this seaside beauty is well-positioned to tap into the best the region has to offer.

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Lifestyle

A short 30-minute drive south of Byron Bay, Lennox Head is a beachside village that takes life in its stride boasting a coastline that ranks highly on the surfing circuit, a beautiful freshwater lake fit for water-based adventures and lush parkland that’s just begging to be explored.

Running along the coastline, Pacific Parade has a great selection of eateries and cafes that keep locals fuelled up. From ocean-fresh seafood to pub dining to on-trend cafes, every meal in Lennox Head also comes with a side of ocean views.

Seven Mile Beach is revered for its right-hand point break while Pat Morton Lookout has hang-gliders launching off its 65-metre clifftop. The views here are well worth the walk as you take in surfers carving up waves and the majestic whales during their annual migration. And just up the road is Lake Ainsworth. Lined with tea trees, the lake is picture-perfect and a go-to for water sports, picnics and barbecues.  

Part of the Northern Rivers region, Lennox Head is surrounded by big-name towns – Byron Bay, Ballina and Lismore – which gives locals access to a domestic airport, a university, a delightful paddock-to-plate foodie scene and vibrant nightlife and festivals. Needless to say, this seaside beauty is well-positioned to tap into the best the region has to offer.

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Neighbours

A beachside village that’s swarming with surfers, Lennox Head serves up an easygoing lifestyle. And although the local population swells with holiday-makers during peak season, it’s the growing families and creatives who are drawn to this seaside oasis that make it the community that it is. As this region grows in popularity, Lennox Head’s all-embracing attitude welcomes city folk longing for a sea change.

Area Features

LAKE AINSWORTH

An An easy stroll from the village and beach, Lake Ainsworth is a stunning lake that is lined with tea trees in striking contrast to the white sandy Seven Mile Beach. It’s an idyllic spot for fishing enthusiasts, kayaking, canoeing, picnics and barbecues.  

easy stroll from the village and beach, Lake Ainsworth is a stunning lake that is lined with tea trees in striking contrast to the white sandy Seven Mile Beach. It’s an idyllic spot for fishing enthusiasts, kayaking, canoeing, picnics and barbecues.  

SEVEN MILE BEACH

One of the most iconic national surfing reserves, Lennox Head’s very own Seven Mile Beach is revered around the surfing circuit as having some of the best breaks in the region. Watch surfers from Pat Morton Lookout, along the boardwalk or beneath pandanus palms. And come August, the annual Lennox Longboard Classic is in full swing. 

SEASIDE VILLAGE

For many, Lennox Head is what Byron Bay used to be like: a quiet seaside village with beachside abodes and a string of locally owned shops that hug the coastline. Regular markets, local schools and sporting teams are anchors for this wonderful community. 

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