Lennox Head is a seaside village in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia, situated on the stretch of coast between Byron Bay and Ballina.
The village has grown considerably in recent years and remains ever popular with beach-goers, sea-changers, and holiday-makers.
The headland, also known as Lennox Point, is popular with surfers, who come for the famous righthand break. Hang-gliders too are drawn to the headland to launch off its 65m cliff. The point is also a great spot to watch the dolphins surfing and the annual whale migration. The Pat Morton lookout (at the headland) offers spectacular views of the village and of Seven Mile Beach extending up towards Broken Head.