Mafeking is accessible via Yea, Seymour, and Euroa.
The closest town is Caveat and the location of Mafeking is shown in most Melways (Map 609, R6 in Edition 29).
Current edition (2009) and some other most recent editions now list Mafeking on map 910, not map 609. Reference is still R6
The roads from all three towns are bitumen however care should be taken as some roads are prone to wear and tear resulting in loose material on the road
All routes have been marked with Mafeking Rover Park street signs at the relevant intersections.
Care should be taken when driving on the surrounding roads as some are narrow and often have a large amount of local traffic.
Night driving should also be cautious as their is a large amount of wildlife both in the surrounding area and on Mafeking itself.
Yea is accessible via the Maroondah then Melba Highways from the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. From Yea turn onto the Goulburn Valley Highway which heads to Seymour. Approximately 3km from Yea the Ghin Ghin Road (Marked by a Mafeking sign) branches right and heads through Highlands and Caveat to Mafeking Rover Park.
Seymour is accessible via the Hume Highway from the western suburbs of Melbourne. From Seymour head towards Yea, under the Railway line and turn left onto Highlands Road (Marked by Mafeking Sign and sign marked “Highlands”) just before Mitre 10 and Seymour High School. Once on Highlands Road you do not need to turn until you reach the T intersection at Highlands and turn left on the Ghin Ghin Road (which comes from Yea).
On the Hume Highway take the South Euroa exit and turn left on to the overpass. You will come to a T intersection from which you turn right onto Creightons Creek Road. Travel about 30km until you reach Terip Terip and turn right. Approximately 4kms later turn right onto Springs Road. Follow this road until you come to a T intersection and turn left onto Boundary Road. Follow this road for approximately 3km and Mafeking will be on your right.