The drive to Port Macquarie from our home in Brisbane is around 600km. Due to developing a DVT after my knee surgery 6 weeks ago, I was required to take hourly stops (about every 100km) to walk around. We decided to stop at some towns we hadn't visited yet.
Before we left the state, we had to vote in the Government elections. Then we were off on our adventure. First stop was Tweed Heads, but only for fuel & a morning tea break.
The next stop was Lennox Head, a seaside village in northern NSW, situated on the stretch of coast between Byron Bay & Ballina.
Looking north along 7 mile beach.
The beach is a popular spot for kite surfers... and windsurfers.
Pat Morton lookout, on the headland, is a popular spot for hangliders, launching themselves off the 65m cliff.
Looking south from the top of the headland.
Looking north from the top of the headland.
More from our holiday to come...
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