Lennox Head is a popular holiday village on Seven Mile Beach about 15kms up the coast from Ballina.
The headland, also known as Lennox Point, is used by surfers, who come for the noted righthand break. Hang-gliders too visit the headland to launch off its 65m cliff. The point is also used for watching dolphins surfing and the annual whale migration.
As well as the beach Lennox Head is home to Lake Ainsworth, a freshwater lake that has distinctive tannin-stained waters from the surrounding tea trees.