Stony Point Penguin Colony, Betty's Bay

#1 of 36 in Parks in Overberg District
Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Stony Point Penguin Colony offers a glimpse into the everyday life of an endearing flightless bird. Once a station for harvesting and processing whale meat, this reserve now represents a haven for different animal species, including cormorants, hyraxes, and lizards. Should you need to rest, one of the nearby cafes will treat you to a quick snack and a refreshing drink. Use our Betty's Bay online holiday planner to visit Stony Point Penguin Colony on your trip to Betty's Bay, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • It’s always fun to see the penguins waddling around and nesting and swimming and feeding. Kids love them and keep a look out for the Dassies on the old concrete wall. There is also a coffee shop.  more »
  • Such an awesome place watching those little penguins, wether they’re lying in the sun, playing or swimming. They are very cute. It’s a very successful and one of the largest breeding colonies in the.....  more »
  • Beautiful spot to observe penguin mating area. Lots of penguins up close with very few tourists.
  • Nice place to watch penguins. In our opinion it is nicer than boulders beach because there are not so many people and more penguins.

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