- Last updated:
- 06 Mar 2020
As part of the 2018 Commonwealth Games event, council, in partnership with the Queensland Government, Nature Play Queensland and the Office of the Commonwealth Games, have installed a traditional indigenous games trail in Muller Park. The games and trail location were selected in consultation with the traditional owners of the area, the Kabi Kabi First Nation People. The word Biwathin, pronounced Bee-wad-jin, comes from the Kabi Kabi language of the Sunshine Coast and means ‘to laugh’.
Explore the Biwathin Games Trail to find out about traditional games that were played by indigenous children in many different parts of Australia
Muller Park is a 3.6 hectare district park located along the Maroochy River, situated within walking distance to the main street of Bli Bli and offers a wide variety of recreation opportunities. The park and it’s surrounds is a culturally significant site for the Kabi Kabi First Nations People who are the recognised Traditional Custodians of this region.
Features of the park include a basketball half court, 4 shelters, 2 with barbecue facilities, large shaded indigenous themed playground and games trail, the Grug Story Seat, large kick about space, skate park, dual lane concrete boat ramp, 25 bay boat trailer car park and a fish cleaning station. Part of the park is designated as an unfenced dog off leash area which is signed. The park is also home to the Maroochy River Rowing Club.
Other useful information
We’ve created a handy interactive map to help you identify the dog off-leash, on-leash and prohibited areas when you’re out and about across the Sunshine Coast local government region.
We’ve also included locations for dog water bowls so you can keep your pet hydrated.
Be a responsible pet owner: Please note that it’s your responsibility to have doggie bags with you at all times when taking your dog for a walk in public. Please don’t rely on the doggie bag dispensers as they are in high demand and may need restocking, so don’t get caught out.
For general information visit Council's 'Dog parks and off-leash areas' page.