Lennox Head located in New South Wales, Australia and is the ultimate pointbreak breaking over a cobblestone bottom.
Getting in and out here can be a major mission, as polished, small slippery rocks are a pain getting in and take years to master! But when sweet groundswell from S-NE comes in, winds are absent or W-NW the ride is all time. Leave bad attitude somewhere else, even if you had bad luck with the rocks, this place is just magic. Hungry local pack and plenty of tourists coming to surf one of Australias best waves so bring some patience.
The waves here are generally pretty heavy when it gets overhead and can break for up to 300 meters, serving up barreling sections where you can pull in and snag some tube time.
What are the best surf conditions for Lennox Head?
North East swell with a Southwest wind is considered the best conditions but this break is versatile and can mould any swell all the way around from the south into long barreling walls. Gets good between waist-high to triple overhead. We recommend riding your fish, standard shortboard or step-up when bigger here. Lennox Head in New South Wales is best suited to intermediate to advanced surfers. The surf here is consistent (7/10) and can get ridiculously crowded especially when it’s on (9/10). The best winds for Lennox Head are Southwest. The best swell direction is from the East, Northeast, South and Southeast
Bring some chill with you and enjoy the serenity and amazing backdrop.