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Lake Ainsworth Sport and Recreation Centre, Lennox Head

Located on the New South Wales North Coast at the northern end of the Lennox Head township, the Centre is nestled between Seven Mile Beach and Lake Ainsworth – a tea tree freshwater lake. The Centre occupies 99 hectares of beachfront land and offers a unique outdoor experience with its beaches, freshwater lake and bush surrounds. The cabins and units are only 100 metres from the beach.

There’s a strong emphasis on water activities, including surfing, fishing, snorkelling, bush and beach walking, sailing, and canoeing. Other activities inlclude archery and fencing. Lake Ainsworth is easily accessible by road, rail or air, and the Centre is only 20 minutes drive from many of the North Coast’s attractions.

Accommodation Options

Self contained cabins

Self-contained holiday cabins, each sleeps up to 6 people each with bathroom and kitchen facilities.

Dormitory Lodges

Dormitory-style lodges, each with 10 bunk beds and self-contained bathroom and kitchen facilities.


Popular Activities

  • Abseiling
  • Bush Walking
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Sailing
  • Skiing - Grass
  • Swimming
  • Adventure
  • Beach
  • Fishing

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