Don’t take the chance, leave your plants
Moving house is always a big job. It’s an even bigger job when the house you are moving to is in another state or territory.
There are restrictions on those plants and produce from the orchard and vegetable garden you can move between states, but also on household potted plants (including fruit trees) and some pet animals.
Soil can carry harmful pests and diseases so most states do not allow pot plants to be moved. Pests and diseases can also be carried on the leaves of some plants. If the plant is special to you, there may be a treatment option, however this will come at a cost. It’s probably cheaper to just buy new plants when you reach your destination.
Some states have restrictions on animals that can be kept as pets as well. Call 1800 084 881 to learn more about what can and can’t be moved.