Sir Richard Branson’s Australian Island

Today’s Pursuitist Daily Dream Home isn’t a home, it’s an island. Sir Richard Branson’s Australian island, to be exact. Branson purchased Makepease Island, on Noosa River, Australia, in 2003. During that time, he built the Buddha worthy compound. Surrounded in an elegant and relaxing Bali-style environment, Makepease Island is a true dream destination. Even better, anyone can rent Branson’s heart heartshaped luxury island. Prices range from only $7,900 a night for one to eight guests and up to $14,990 a night for 20 to 22 guests.

Designed to reflect Balinese style, the property boasts of a main house with a giant bar, a four bedroom guest house, a few villas, a boat house and a 15-person spa. Learn more at makepeaceisland.com


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