Mandorah is a locality in Northern Territory, with its local government area in Wagait Shire. Located 8 km from Darwin and extending over 1.179 square kilometers, Mandorah still holds a population of 0 residents. Despite its exclusivity, Mandorah continues to be an ideal tourist destination for both campers and those interested in fishing. Mandorah hosts the amazing Wagait Beach, a tropical beach offering exorbitant shells and golden beaches. Shade is provided by the Casuarina trees, offering resting areas to all visitors. Mandorah is also an ideal area for fishing, as the waters are pristine and generally untouched, with fishes such as mackerel and tuna within the casting area. Mandorah also offers a World War II wreck site, where one can visit for the atmospheric feel and learn of the history. Six American lives were lost at the site, and the site displays a plane that crashed during the war. Some other historic sites include the Charles Point Lighthouse, being the oldest lighthouse in Northern Territory. It is where numerous ships approached Port Darwin in 1880, built to prevent wrecks. There are also a variety of accommodations for visitors, despite being quite an isolated area. Visitors may enjoy meals offered at Wagait Beach shops and stay at a variety of holiday resorts.