The beaches are a main reason why people choose to stay in Lennox Head, and you can spend long days on the sandy beaches, resting and relaxing while you admire some lovely views. It is a magnet for surfers, and is world-famous for its right-hand point break. If you’ve never tried surfing before but would like to have a go, check out one of the surf schools near to the beach. Taking a stroll along the sands at sunset is beautiful. Fishing, snorkeling, wind surfing, and dolphin spotting trips are also possible. Between May and October, you can watch humpback whales in the waters. Lake Ainsworth is a popular spot, and other things to do include enjoying a round or two of golf, exciting hang gliding off the point, and beach buggy expeditions. Trips to Byron Bay and Ballina are a great way to see more of the local area.Shopping and dining
There are loads of small boutique shops to tickle your fancy, and the local markets are interesting. There are numerous good restaurants that serve a rich variety of cuisine, and the local pub is something of a legend.Getting here and around
There are several ways to get to Lennox Head: book a flight to Ballina, a flight to Lismore, or a flight to the Gold Coast – all within easy reach. Sort a fantastic Lennox Head hotel, and hey presto, you’re all ready to go!
Hotels in Lennox Head start at AU$108 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.