Lennox Head

This unfinished page contains text from either the 2003 or 2005 print version of Encyclopedia of Surfing. An updated version, with more photos, is coming soon.

Rock-lined point located on the North Coast of New South Wales, about 70 miles from the Queensland border, featuring long, fast, hollow, right-breaking surf. Lennox Head was first ridden in early 1962 by two vacationing New Zealanders who came upon the break by chance, then spread the word that night at a pub in nearby Byron Bay. Five Byron surfers rode it the following morning. From the mid-'60...

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