PHOTOS: Inside Richard Branson's private island in Australia

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Makepeace Island, owned by the Virgin tycoon and business partner Brett Godfrey, is located off the surfers' haven Noosa Heads in Queensland

This is Sir Richard Branson's private island on Australia's western coast.

Available to hire for the princely sum of Sh1.2 million (£9,200) a night, it boasts some of the greatest luxuries on earth.

The swimming pool is one of the biggest private pools in the country containing half a million litres of water.

The island contains a main house with four bedrooms, plus three villas and a boathouse.

In total it can accommodate 22 guests.

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Virgin tycoon Richard Branson has owned the island for 12 years.

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It's a 10-minute speedboat ride from Noosa Heads on the Sunshine Coast of the Australia.

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It can accommodate 22 guests across three villas, four bedrooms in the central island house and a single-bedroom boathouse.

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The island is named after former housekeeper Hannah Makepeace, who inherited the island from its childless owners - she died in 1973.

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The 500,000-litre pool is one of Australia's biggest private pools.

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It's one of the planet's most luxurious private islands.

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The island has undergone a huge renovation in recent years.

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There are panoramic views across the Noosa River.

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A four-poster bed inside one of the villas.

 


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