Bli Bli is right on the river. If your a keen Fisherman, you can try your hand at fishing. Across the David Lowe Bridge is Muller Park, where many people fish. A diverse assortment of fish can be caught here from Bream to Flathead to Whiting. Also on the Township side of the river is a small jetty which is also a good fishing spot.
A replica of a European Castle located in the heart of the township. Contains various attractions such as: Doll Museum, Fairy Tale Attractions, Dungeon ETC.
A great night out for families. Good food and drinks always available from the bar. I recommend trying the Cordon Bleu 9/10. Also the Waterfront has recently been rennovated so it is a very appealing place to have lunch or dinner. Pokies machines are located nearby for the Gamblin' Man. All in all 9/10 for service and atmosphere.
Dress Code: No thongs after 7pm and decently dressed.
The Sunbus service is rather reliable. Bli Bli is dotted with several of these bus stops which can get you from A to B.
The mosquitoes in Bli Bli are abundant. If you're outside a lot then I recommend wearing Insect Repellant. The reason for the Mosquitoes is because of the Maroochy Wetlands close to the town. Nonetheless during the day, mosquitoes are far and few in the township but can still be found in fairly high amounts in and around the Wetlands area.
During the daytime, Bli Bli is relatively safe. At Night though there are some strange people walking around, I remember getting chased by some angry people for no particular reason. You should be alright in general but still it is much safer to walk around during the day.
Not far from the heart of Bli Bli is the Maroochy Wetlands. The Wetlands is home to vast biodiversity. A lot of birdlife and different trees can be found in the Wetlands along the Boardwalk with many trees having information signs along the way. At the end of the Boardwalk is a Pontoon which overlooks the river. *WARNING* - The mosquitoes are rife in the Wetlands and Insect Repellant must be worn. Despite this, the Wetlands are a great experience and visitors should not be deterred by the mosquito situation.