Bli Bli Streetscape Revitalisation and New Public Park
  • Last updated:
  • 30 Aug 2020

Council is planning a streetscape upgrade and a new public park for the growing Bli Bli community, which will tie in together to improve the look of the Bli Bli Town Centre on David Low Way and create a new community space.

Project scope

The streetscape will include new pathways, modern bus shelters and street furniture and entry statements that people will see as they enter Bli Bli.

The design for the new public park, positioned on the Maroochy River opposite Muller Park and adjacent to the current Quirky Circle site, will make the most of the river location and the views along the river in both directions.

This park space will include pathways, landscape gardens, seating, artworks and interpretive signage about the area’s history. 

Future aspirations for the space also include a canoe/boat pontoon and possible future shared pedestrian cycle bridge linking to Muller Park.

This project aims to:

  • provide a new public park on the river for people to relax with family and friends and have a picnic
  • provide a safer more continuous pathway network to make it easier to travel around Bli Bli
  • upgrade the appearance and accessibility of  bus stops
  • create a consistent look between the streetscape, a new park and private developments.

Project update

A concept design[2888KB] is available to view. 

Council is coordinating with the two development sites in the Bli Bli Town Centre to ensure the design for this project integrates with both sites to create a cohesive look for the street.

Where to from here

The new park space adjacent to the river will be complete by end of June 2020.

The next stage of works will then focus on footpath improvements on the southern side of David Low Way, between petrol station and Riverside Centre.


For information about the concept design, or to provide feedback, email