LOCAL GUIDE

Cervantes is just a two hour coastal drive north of Perth on the new Indian Ocean Drive. Cervantes is a quiet little fishing town located on the beachfront making it a great destination for fishing holidays, day trips from Perth and family getaways.

THINGS TO DO IN CERVANTES:

Lobster Shack- if lobster is what you are in to, you need not look any
further. Take a tour of the lobster factory and indulge in a delicious lobster lunch.

Visit the world famous Pinnacles, just a 15 minute drive from Cervantes.

Explore the amazing beaches and reefs off Cervantes-we have some great spots for snorkelling.

Visit Lake Thetis and the stromatolites.

Enjoy some fantastic views from two of Cervantes lookouts; Thirsty Point Lookout and Hansen Bay Lookout.

Go four wheel driving in the sand dunes

Explore the amazing Wildflowers in season times

CERVANTES ACCOMODATION

LOBSTER LODGE CERVANTES

Stay at the Lobster Lodge, beachside in Cervantes, Western Australia and just a 15 minute walk from the Lobster Shack. Enjoy their newly renovated rooms, seaside view, fully-equipped amenities and a best of all affordable prices!

Visit their website at: https://lobsterlodge.com.au to book now!

CERVANTES BEACH FISHING

Cervantes has a number of great little beach fishing spots with catches like Taylor, Whiting, Herring, Crabs and more. The best time for fishing is at either dawn or dusk, we recommend going at dusk just before the sun hits the water.

Hangover Bay

How to get there
Head back out of Cervantes and take a right on Indian Ocean Drive. Just after the Pinnacles turnoff on the left, take the first right down the gravel track, you do not need a 4WD for this track. Hangover Bay provides BBQ facilities.

When to go there
Great night fishing spot, partially protected form southerly

What you catch
Cobbler, Whiting, Herring, Mulloway, Taylor, Shark, good- Crab spot

Cervantes Jetty

How to get there
The Cervantes main jetty is located at the end of Catalonia Street on the north side of town. Towards the end of Catalonia Street, make a left at the open car park (you should see big fuel tanks) there is plenty of parking at the jetty.

When to go there
You can fish off the jetty anytime throughout the day, again best time is at dawn/dusk. Best for Southerly winds and Cervantes sea breeze

What you catch
King fish (Samson), Whiting, Herring, Mulloway, Taylor

LEAD Lights

How to get there
You need a 4WD for this fishing spot. The LEAD lights are located to the north of the jetty. At the jetty car park there is a track you can take onto the beach, you will see the LEAD lights in the distance.

When to go there
Best for off-shore winds

What you catch
Whiting, Herring, Mulloway, Taylor, Shark

Cervantes Beach Black Peak

How to get there
You need a 4WD for this fishing spot- make sure it is a low tide as you may get caught on the way home. At the jetty car park there is a track you can take onto the beach, you will see the LEAD lights in the distance. Follow the beach along the water, until you hit the peak.

When to go there
Best for off-shore winds

What you catch
Snapper, Whiting, Herring, Mulloway, Taylor, Shark

Hansen Bay

How to get there
Head out of town past the Cervantes service station on Seville Street, after the football oval take the first right on the gravel track, continue along the track past Lake Thetis. Follow until the end of the track where you will come out on the beach.

When to go there
Protected from southerly

What you catch
Cobbler, Whiting, Herring, Mulloway, Taylor, Shark, good- Crab spot

Cervantes Back beach

How to get there
Head down Seville Street, turn left onto Barcelona Drive, continue along dirt track til you hit the beach. There is a gravel road to the beach which you can use for parking
if you don’t have a 4WD.

When to go there
Best for off-shore winds

What you catch
Whiting, Herring, Mulloway, Taylor, Shark, Crabs

Thirsty Point

How to get there
Travel down Seville Street, parking is at the end of the street on the beach.

When to go there
Best for off-shore winds

What you catch
Whiting, Herring, Mulloway, Taylor, Shark, Crabs