The use of autonomous vehicles for chemical source localisation is a key enabling tool for disaster response teams to safely and efficiently deal with chemical emergencies. Whilst much work has been performed on source localisation using autonomous systems, most previous works have assumed an open environment or employed simplistic obstacle avoidance, separate to the estimation procedure. In this paper, we explore the coupling of the path planning task for both source term estimation and obstacle avoidance in a holistic framework. The proposed system intelligently produces potential gas sampling locations based on the current estimation of the wind field and the local map. Then a tree search is performed to generate paths toward the estimated source location that traverse around any obstacles and still allow for exploration of potentially superior sampling locations. The proposed informed tree planning algorithm is then tested against the Entrotaxis technique in a series of high fidelity simulations. The proposed system is found to reduce source position error far more efficiently than Entrotaxis in a feature rich environment, whilst also exhibiting vastly more consistent and robust results.