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Cervantes is a town in Western Australia located about 198 kilometres (123 mi) north-north-west of the state capital, Perth, in the Shire of Dandaragan local government area. At the 2016 census, Cervantes had a population of 527. The town was named after a ship that was wrecked nearby. The ship, in turn, was named after Miguel de Cervantes, author of Don Quixote.
The principal industry in the town is fishing. The Pinnacles are nearby in Nambung National Park which supports a small tourism industry. The saline Lake Thetis, which contains stromatolites, is nearby.
An arts festival is held every year in the town, usually on the last weekend of October. Cervantes lies on the shore of the Jurien Bay Marine Park.Most of the streets are named after cities, regions and rivers in Spain.
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