Lennox National Surfing Reserve
National Surfing Reserves are areas of coastal waters that have been recognised by National Surfing Reserves Australia (NSRA) and the NSW Department of Lands as iconic sites of environmental, cultural and historical significance to the Australian surfing culture.
The Lennox National Surfing Reserve which incorporates the surfing breaks at Flat Rock, Boulder Beach, Lennox Point and Lennox Main Beach meets the criteria for Reserve status. Those breaks have been surfed by thousands of men, women and children since the late 1950s, and have played a major role in the development of surfing and surfing equipment not only in the region, but on a national and international scale.
The jewel in the crown for the Lennox National Surfing Reserve is the world-famous Lennox Point, regarded as a testing ground even for surfers of the highest ability.
Click here to watch the official opening of the Ronnie "Shorty" Conners stairs at the Point.