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Camp Drewe Road, Lennox Head – temporary closure

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Camp Drewe Road, Lennox Head. Image Google maps

Ballina Shire Council will temporarily close Camp Drewe Rd to vehicles during The Ox Charity Fundraiser 24-hour running event.

The road, near Lake Ainsworth in Lennox Head, will be closed from 11am, Saturday, 14 October and will reopen from 1pm on Sunday, 15 October. 

Pedestrian access will be maintained, however the 4WD beach access will be restricted during the road closure period.

For updates on road closures visit livetraffic.com


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