• Cervantes is approximately 256 kilometres or just over two hours drive north of Perth and 53 kilometres west of the Brand Highway. Established in 1962 using 505 hectares of land excised from the Nambung Reserve, the town site was created to serve the people engaged in the Cray fishing industry. The town is named after the American whaling ship “Cervantes”, a two masted barque, wrecked nearby on 29 June 1844. The introduction of scheme water, power and telephone in the mid-70s attracted more businessmen, tradesmen and people seeking a quiet but comfortable retirement to the town. Cervantes features spectacular white,

  • Lake Thetis Stromatolites
    Lake Thetis Stromatolites

    Visiting the remarkable Stromatolites at the picturesque Lake Thetis is an opportunity not to be

  • Europa Anchor
    Europa Anchor

    An unusual sight as you enter the town of Cervantes is the Europa Anchor. Displayed

  • Thirsty Point Lookout
    Thirsty Point Lookout

    Thirsty Point Lookout offers spectacular panoramic views of the ocean, surrounding bays and the town

  • Nambung National Park
    Nambung National Park

    Home to the famous Pinnacles Desert about a three hour drive north of Perth, Nambung

  • Pinnacles

    The lunar-like Pinnacles form one of Australia's most unique and fascinating natural landscapes. Formed over

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