Love, makepeace and harmony in Noosa

Makepeace Island.
Makepeace Island. Tourism Queensland

EVER wanted to commandeer your own private island for a romantic getaway or special celebration with friends and family?

The dream is closer than you think at Makepeace Island - just a few minutes downstream from Noosa Heads.

Virgin’s Sir Richard Branson has opened the doors to his home on the heart-shaped island which has been created to luxuriously accommodate and entertain up to 22 castaways in seclusion, but with all the attractions that the Sunshine Coast has to offer just a mere boat ride away.

Designed and furnished in opulent Balinese style, the property features a main long house with a giant bar, a four-bedroom guest house, several two-bedroom villas, a boat house, a lagoon pool with a lap lane and a 15-person spa.

Wouldn’t it be nice?

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