A group of nine islands and islets lying in the western part of the Ross Sea, about 4 miles off the north-eastern coast of Victoria Land and southward of Cape McCormick. The group extends north and south a distance of about 10 miles and they vary in size from 3 miles in length to mere pillars of rock. The north-western island, Svend Foyn Island, is the largest and is about 3 miles long, and is low and bare. James Ross Island, the middle large island is high with vertical sides, and the southernmost island, Heftye's Island.
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NZTM2000: 1536550, 2017538
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