There is no policy excluding homeschoolers from travelling. In NSW, NESA’s preferred method of schooling when travelling is distance education. ‘Distance Education’, means that you are still registered with the Department of Education and they provide all learning content (curriculum) and scheduled, compulsory, interactive classroom sessions. This can be very restricting whilst travelling as you would need to schedule your daily routines around these interactive sessions.
If you would like more flexibility with how to nurture learning and not be guided by the ‘Distance Education’ prescribed curriculum then the easiest way to register with travel in mind would be to apply for homeschool registration at your fixed address prior to travelling.