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Luxe Lennox family retreat w/ amazing ocean views

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A private sanctuary in a premier elevated setting overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this designer home is waiting for a large family or two families to enjoy. Relax in the light filled, open-plan living areas that flow onto outdoor decks with spectacular ocean views. A short drive to Lennox Point, Lake Ainsworth, Seven Mile Beach, Boulder Beach and Sharpes Beach, perfect for a swim, sunbathe, stroll or surf and only minutes to the Lennox shopping village or the townships of Byron Bay and Ballina

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Lennox Head, Nuovo Galles del Sud, Australia

The Northern Rivers attracts people who love to relax and unwind and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Boasting coastal scrub to subtropical rainforest, endless kilometres of pristine sandy beaches, crystal clear rivers, streams and estuaries.

Byron Bay is a diverse township at the centre of the Northern Rivers region of Northern NSW world renowned for beautiful beaches, striking coastline, eclectic villages, rivers, lakes, lush rainforests, rolling hinterland, spectacular waterfalls and awe inspiring sunrise and sunset vista's. Just south of Byron, the vibrant personality of Lennox Head is created by the friendly local community who indulge in a coastal and conscious lifestyle alongside holiday-makers. Whatever time of year you visit you’ll be sure to be greeted with a smile…

Lennox Head is one of the most beautiful small coastal surfing towns on the north coast of NSW. It's 20 minutes by car south of Byron Bay and Bangalow and only 15 minutes north of Ballina Byron Gateway Airport. The neighbourhood is quiet and relaxed, at nearby Lennox Head Shopping Village you will find a convenience store, bakery, hotel and bottle shop, chemist, butcher, wholefoods store, post office, cafe’s and restaurants only a short drive away. You can also hire a bike and ride or there is a local taxi service, Uber and a bus stop just around the corner. It is indeed the hub from which to experience all that the region has to offer without being in the middle of the hustle and bustle.

We have a favourite coastal walk you might like to do. From Lennox village head south along the coastal pathway past the Boat Channel (great for swimming) then the Bream Hole fish breeding area (great for snorkelling), via Lennox Point and onto a beautiful grassed headland called Pat Morton Lookout with spectacular views to Cape Byron and beyond. You can also watch for whales during annual whale migration from May to October, and see some exhilarating surfing on Lennox Point. The headland is also a popular place for hang gliders and para-gliders who launch from its 65m cliff. From Pat Morton Lookout this stunning walk continues onto two other individually spectacular beaches, Boulders and Skennars Head, you will enjoy dolphin spotting, birds and other wildlife along the way.

The freshwater Lake Ainsworth and its shady banks, located just back from the beach on Pacific Parade 50m from Lennox Head Surf Club, is a popular family-friendly destination for picnics, swimming, canoeing and stand-up paddling. The shallow, calm waters are stained brown from the tannins in the tea-trees that surround the lake, and are perfectly safe for swimming. This is very popular with locals and visitors alike, it’s family friendly with public BBQ ad bathroom facilities. Further north on from the Surf Club along Seven Mile Beach, you are able to drive four wheel drive vehicles on the beach (licences available at the local petrol station). We also love the Cape Byron Lighthouse track in Byron Bay and the waterfalls (Killen, Minyon and Protestors Falls) scattered throughout the hinterland.

Surfers know Lennox well for its internationally famous right-hand point break, and many make the pilgrimage to surf the local waves, this is even a great spectator spot. Boogie boarding and surf matting are also a load of fun! Horse riding on Seven Mile Beach with a range of tours available. From May to October, Lennox Headland is brilliant for watching migratory humpback whales pass close to shore. Nearby villages of Newrybah, Bangalow, Brunswick Heads and Mullumbimby are definitely worth a visit. National Parks in the hinterland are a must with amazing walking tracks, waterfalls, and wildlife. Hike up and watch the sunrise at Mount Warning.

Around Town
The main street, Ballina Street, runs parallel to the southern end of Seven Mile Beach. The most revered surfing is at Lennox Point, just south of the town. A large, modern, beachfront playground is located in Ross Park, on the corner of Ballina Street and Rayner Lane (opposite the Post Office). The Lennox Hotel, overlooking Seven Mile Beach, is a popular location for a casual drink or quality dining.
Aboriginal Significance
Lennox Head is part of the Bundjalung nation. A large Bora ring, where initiation ceremonies were performed, is located in town and demonstrates the significance of the area to the Bundjalung people. Visitors are welcome to view the Bora ring but are asked not to walk in or through it. The Bora ring is located in Gibbon Street, in an area marked ‘Lennox Head Aboriginal Area’, almost opposite the Lennox Head Bowls Club.
Lennox Head Beaches
For calm, family-friendly swimming, you’re best to head to Lake Ainsworth or to the protected beaches of Byron Bay. But if you’re looking for world-class surfing beaches, Lennox Head is your answer, with the area now recognised as a ‘National Surfing Reserve’. Seven Mile Beach, which runs from Broken Head to Lennox Head, is an unprotected surf beach with strong currents and frequent rips. On weekends and public holidays from September to April areas are patrolled by the Surf Life Saving Club. Lennox Point is where the big boys and girls come to surf. First surfed in the 1950s, the Point is renowned for its long, powerful, right-hand point break. Just south of Lennox Point, Boulders (named after the basalt rocks that have eroded to form the beach) is also suited to the experienced surfer. Flat Rock can provide suitable conditions for novice surfers, with usually gentle waves and a sandy beach.

The Byron Bay region is alive with markets. Grassy fields and gravel carparks are transformed into places of creativity and culture. From locally grown fresh produce to handmade arts, crafts plants and more, there’s something for everyone. Strolling through the market stalls on a sunny morning, your ears are likely to be met with music of the region. From buskers and local bands, to handmade coconut chimes, the rhythm of the marketplace is everywhere you turn.

Byron Bay Markets
The first Sunday of every month is the Byron Bay markets. Held in the Butler Street Reserve, they’re an easy stroll from the town’s centre, just across the railway line. These markets are a great break from Byron’s beaches and reveal another side of the town’s personality.
Byron Bay & Bangalow Farmers Markets
Byron Bay Farmers Market has been a must for locals every Thursday morning. The market commences at 8am, and runs until 11am at the Butler Street Reserve. Here, you’ll find the very best fresh produce, farmed in local areas, and transported straight to the market for you to buy. As well as organic and non-organic fruits and vegetables, you’ll find a range of Byron Shire specialties, such as freshly squeezed cane juice, macadamia nuts, honey, artisan bread, and Ballina prawns.
Lennox Head Lakeside Markets
On the second and fifth Sunday of each month, the Lennox Head markets are held near Lake Ainsworth just across from Seven Mile Beach. Offering a vibrant display of local art and craft, food, produce, music and more, the markets are a well-established local attraction with a seaside atmosphere.
The Channon Markets
The Channon Markets are held on the second Sunday of each month. Located just over an hour inland of Byron Bay, they showcase the rural beauty of the Lismore area. Held in The Channon’s Coronation Park, they’re a ‘make it, bake it, grow it’ market with a special emphasis on local products.
Alstonville Markets
The Alstonville markets are also held on the second Sunday of every month. They’re just forty minutes southwest of Byron Bay in the heart of the region’s farmland. They specialise in home grown and local produce and take place in the Alstonville Showgrounds.
Mullumbimby Markets
The Mullumbimby markets are held on the third Saturday of every month. Just twenty minutes north of Byron, they take place at the end of Stuart Street in the heart of the town. Overlooking the Richmond River, they’re next to the Heritage Museum, which is only open during market hours.
Uki Markets
The third Sunday of each month is the Uki markets. Just under an hour northwest of Byron through spectacular mountain scenery, they’re held in the Uki Village Buttery.  Next to a river and under the shade of forest trees, these markets showcase the town’s culture, including indigenous dances and the locally famous Perch Creek Jug Band.
Nimbin Markets
The Nimbin markets are on the third and fifth Sunday of each month. A little over an hour west of Byron Bay, they’re held at the Nimbin Community Centre on Cullen Street. The marketplace is a leafy clearing surrounded by trees, showing off the natural beauty of the area.
Bangalow Markets
The fourth Sunday of each month is the Bangalow markets. Held in the Bangalow showgrounds, they’re locally renowned for their beauty. Large, old trees tower over the stalls creating a shady utopia beneath. Fifteen minutes inland from Byron, they are easy to get to, rich in local culture and one of the biggest around.
The Northern Rivers attracts people who love to relax and unwind and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Boasting coastal scrub to subtropical rainforest, endless kilometres of pristine sandy beaches, crystal clear ri…

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We are a happy conscious family of four that live and breathe by the ocean. We enjoy a very active lifestyle ingratiating ourselves in all that Mother Nature has to offer in the region. We are new to this Airbnb community and look forward to hosting guests and experiencing the guest experience ourselves around the world.
We are a happy conscious family of four that live and breathe by the ocean. We enjoy a very active lifestyle ingratiating ourselves in all that Mother Nature has to offer in the re…
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