You will need a permit to move or graze livestock along the stock route network. The stock route network is a series of roads where the movement of livestock is allowed. Camping and water reserves, pasture reserves, trucking reserves and government-controlled land can also form part of the stock route network.
You will need to contact the council for a copy of their stock route network management plan.
Livestock can include alpacas, asses, camels, cattle, donkeys, goats, horses, llamas, mules, sheep or vicunas.