Next time you’re on holidays in beautiful Noosa, make sure you keep an eye out for one of the world’s busiest and most powerful men.
Virgin boss Richard Branson was pictured enjoying some paddleboarding and kitesurfing along with some general R&R while visiting Makepeace Island in the Noosa River — the island he co-owns with Virgin Australia co-founder Brett Godfrey.
It’s been two years since Branson last visited the beautiful heart-shaped island he bought in 2001, but he’s reportedly hoping to spend some more time at Makepeace next year.
Branson spent two days on the picturesque island with a close group of friends during a business trip Down Under.
It has three private villas, media room, lagoon swimming pool and 15-person spa, grass tennis court, outdoor cinema and offers such as kayaking, waterskiing, fishing and river cruises.
Exclusive use costs $3250, plus an additional $575 per person per night, inclusive of everything.
“Makepeace Island is my home when I come to Australia,’’ Branson told News Corp in 2013.
“Love Noosa, love that part of Australia.’’
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