Bli Bli House Riverside Retreat acknowledges the Kabi Kabi peoples whose land we share. The Traditional owners’ unique values and ancient and enduring cultures deepen and enrich the lives of our communities.
We are on special sacred land and it’s important we recognise and acknowledge the traditional owners and pay respect to their elders, past, present and emerging.
We celebrate the stories that are shared by Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders
Bli Bli House Riverside Retreat is in the heart of some of the most unique land forms on the Sunshine Coast. Here is a video of Kabi Kabi man Kerry Neill sharing the Aboriginal Dreaming story behind popular tourist destinations on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
Across Australia, places are known for their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander names. But what do they mean? What’s the story behind them?
‘This Place’ invites Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to create a short video about a place name, and the story behind it. Visit the link to “This Place” to hear some of these unique stories.
State and territory governments are responsible for animal production and welfare laws and their enforcement. The states and territories set and enforce animal welfare standards through administration of state legislation for animal welfare or the prevention of animal cruelty.
As Bli Bli House Riverside retreat lines 200 metres of riverbank which encompasses a rich fish and mangrove habitat we are very proactive in maintaining and monitoring the delicate environment that underpins coastal food webs, and provides home and substance for fish, crustaceans, turtles, stingrays, and birds.