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Frequently asked questions

We’ve compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions regarding our ferry services and travel to Mandorah. The information listed was updated in May 2023. If you do not find an answer to your question, please contact us.

  • Unfortunately the Mandorah Beach Hotel was closed and demolished nearly 10 years ago. The Cox Country Club at nearby Wagait Beach offers a local pub-like experience, with outdoor seating, meals and a bar. There is often live music and events during the year. The Cox Country Club is approximately 4km from the Mandorah Jetty.

  • Mandorah Jetty offers excellent fishing opportunities (BYO equipment) and there are beaches and stunning rock formations at low tide. Remnants of the WWII submarine nets are also visible at low tide at West Point, approximately a 10 minute walk along the beach.

  • Please be aware that there are no toilet facilities, drinking water or cafes/kiosks at the jetty. There is minimal seating and shade on the jetty itself.

  • Yes, dogs travel free of charge on the Mandorah ferry service. It is a condition of travel that dogs are muzzled or in a cage. Whilst there are muzzles available for purchase it is best to bring one that your dog is used to wearing.

  • The ferry service between Cullen bay and Mandorah take approximately 15 minutes each way.

  • Access to some areas in the Cox Peninsula vicinity is regulated.

    Please visit the Northern Land Council website for full information.

  • No, all of our ferries in the Northern Territory are passenger-only ferries.