Historical moments captured in Lennox Head

lennoxBallina Shire Council, together with the Lennox Head Heritage Committee, a sub-committee of the Lennox Head Residents Association, is proud to launch two new interpretive signage panels in Lennox Head.

Following the success of the Historic Ballina Waterfront Trail installed along the Richmond River in Ballina, the Lennox Head panels tell two important stories.

The first panel, “Community Spirit and the Ti-Tree Fence”, tells the story of the ti-tree fence and shows imagery from when the fence was constructed.

This panel is located on the Lennox Head foreshore opposite the Lennox Head Catholic Church.

A second panel, “Early Seachanges…” tells the story of the formation of the Boat Channels in Lennox Head, and is located just prior to the Brian Smith Boardwalk which can be accessed from Rutherford Street.

“This project would not have come to fruition without the commitment and dedication of the Lennox Head Heritage Committee, and it is a credit to them,” said Mayor David Wright.

The Lennox Head Heritage Committee and Ballina Shire Council will be holding a small launch for the project on Friday 17 April at 4.00 pm on the Lennox Foreshore opposite the Catholic Church.

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