Relocation & Travel
Other than in emergencies, moving children away from their former home or away from their other parent probably needs the approval of the other parent or the Court. This includes moving inter-State or overseas.
Unless agreed to, the process by which this is achieved requires careful consideration to avoid a Hague Convention claim to bring the child/ren back.
Relocation is a big and deliberate change of life circumstance for the children. Relocation involves one party moving away from the family home taking the children with them. It has a significant impact on the family structure, basically making it harder for one parent to see their children regularly. So, any move needs to factor in the other parents views and whether or not they can stop or undo the move.