Endlessly photographed, filmed and fawned over, the right-hand point break at Lennox Head is one of Australia's most famous waves, consistently ranked in the top ten waves of Australia's 10,685 beaches.
The Lennox Head point break is beautiful to look at but powerful, and to ride it you need to find space among dozens of red-hot local surfers, so it's not the place for beginners. It breaks onto sand but there are some rocks to be scrambled over. Meanwhile the "Magic Miles" between Lennox Head and Ballina offers a mixture of beach breaks and reefs that work on a variety of wind and swell directions. The only time there are no waves on the "Magic Miles" is when there is no swell at all.
Lennox Head was declared a National Surfing Reserve in 2007, the third site in Australia to be recognised for it's significance to recreational surfing. The largest National Surfing Reserve in Australia , it runs 7.2km from the Surf Club south to Flat Rock.
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Location: Lennox Head NSW 2478
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