It is home to the biggest African penguin province on the planet.
It lies 4 km seaward between the Coega and Sundays River mouths, some portion of a gathering of beach front island bunched generally into two gatherings of three islands each.
St Croix, a 12 ha rough island, lies near the littler Jahleel and Brenton Rocks.
It is comprised of a progression of quartzitic outcrops that ascend as high as 53 meters on St Croix. Today St Croix is a penguin asylum.
Vessels are not permitted to arrive on the gathering of islands, albeit some contract pontoons journey sufficiently close to empower one to see the penguins effectively.