Robben Island penguin colony (S33°47'48'', E18°22'12'')Robben Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an oval area of approximately 5 km² with a length of 3.8 km and width of 1.8 km at the widest point.
The penguin colony was re-established in 1983. Penguins breed mainly in the north east area of the island.
|Robben Island, South Africa|
|The Table Bay area, Cape Town Harbour is 12 km from the Robben Island Harbour.|
|Where Robben Island is situated in the Western Cape.|