Travel Diary: Seeababe Chrystal Dawn Fitzgerald in Lennox Head, Australia
An ancient volcanic hillside greens to the sea, Lennox Head is one of Australia's most iconic right hand points. This friendly coastal town is a surfing mecca and home to Australia's largest National Surfing Reserve. Within a 7.2 km stretch of exceptional waves, Lennox attracts and breeds some of the worlds most talented surfers whom grace the lineup regularly.
Still chilled out with a core surfy vibe, and far less traffic then Byron Bay, Lennox is for those who don't mind a bit of bush walking and rock hopping. If you make it past the brown snakes and barnacles without stubbing a toe or snapping off a fin, you're laughing! My husband Joel and I often find a wave to ourselves here, by walking or paddling just a bit further. These photos are taken by the two of us, in these sacred playgrounds of the Saltwater People.
All photos by: Joel Fitzgerald and Chrystal Dawn Fitzgerald.
|Beach pebble walk outs though pandamus trees wearing the Leucadia bikini and Rincon jacket. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
Chrystal going left in the Leucadia Bikini and Rincon jacket. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.
|Chrystal going right in the Leucadia Bikini and Rincon jacket. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Post Surf stoke! Chrystal wears the Leucadia Bikini and Rincon jacket. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Chrystal and Chad Campbell on the green way. Chrystal wears the Leucadia Bottom and Doheny Rashguard. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Chrystal going down the line wearing the Leucadia Bottom and Doheny Rashguard. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Locals only. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Winged migration. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Days like these…Photo by Chrystal Dawn Fitzgerald.|
|Pandamus trees are great natural shelters! Chrystal wears the Leucadia Bottom. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|This is our neighborhood. Photo by Chrystal Dawn Fitzgerald.|
|Serenity. Wearing the San-O. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Byron shire Hinterland, taken from Hot Air Balloon photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Chrystal staying low in the San-O. Photo by Joel Fitzgerald.|
|Volcanic green photo by Chrystal Dawn Fitzgerald.|