Here is some useful information and websites if you are planing to travel and camp in state forests around Australia with fur kids and human ones.
Dogs in national parks are banned country-wide (including in a vehicle passing through).
Some states have fees and bookings on unpowered sites, (generally these are appropriate for tents, a few for off grid caravans). Others are on a first come first serve basis, most camp areas have eco toilets, it is advisable to bring your own drinking water and adhere to the take in take out policy as most state forests do not provide bins to campsites. Check with each state forest authority with regards to campfire regulations and conditions.
Dogs are permitted in some state forests on a leash.
Camping in Qld has a fee of $161/week or $23/night for a family group (2 adults and up to 8 children).
Sites are prebooked and paid for online here.
All state forests in NSW are dog friendly and free to camp, there are no prebookings available.
Camping is generally free in state forest.
Dogs allowed in some, must be kept on leash at all times.
Dogs are permitted in state forest reserves in SA provided they are under control at all times.
Camping permits are $10/5ppl/night or $20/family/week.
A vehicle access permit for $20 may also be required.
More information can be found here.
“For permits in the Green Triangle, contact ForestrySA during office hours on (08) 87 242 888.
For permits in the Mount Lofty Ranges and Mid North, please use the self-issue and payment facilities
located outside ForestrySA’s Mount Crawford, Kuitpo and Wirrabara offices.”
No access for dogs to state forests and bookings are online.
More info can be found here. http://parkstay.dpaw.wa.gov.au/