The number of people who can be in the mall at any one time during the Cronulla Easter Show will be limited to 2000 under NSW Health COVID-19 regulations.
Organisers say, with the event being held over four days and people coming and going, families can look forward to enjoying the event in a comfortable, safe environment.
The show will be held from Good Friday to Easter Monday.
Leigh Achis, managing director of BD Productions, which has staged the show for the last 15 years, said show-goers were strongly urged to scan the QR code, which will be on display at each ride and amusement.
Mr Achis said the QR code would enable live tracking of crowd numbers in the mall.
It was important that when people were leaving they check out, which would clear the way for others to enter, he said.
Mr Achis said 10 COVID marshalls would be positioned throughout the mall, reminding people about scanning the code and that they should keep a 1.5 metre distance.
Rides and amusements would be sanitised according to a strict program, he said.
"Family members can sit together on rides, but if they are from different families they will have their own chair," he said.
The show will feature most of the normal attractions, including an animal nursery, pony rides and show bags, but the giant slide will be missing because it was booked before the Cronulla event was approved by the council.
It will be replaced by two new rides - the Candy Swing and Auto Racer - for children and adults.
"This is our first event since COVID, and we are lucky to be alive in our industry," Mr Achis said.
The long-term forecast is for fine weather with temperatures of up to 27 degrees for the first three days of the show, with rain on Easter Monday.
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