It might take longer to get into the Royal Adelaide Show this year.
Tougher security checks will be introduced to protect show-goers from a possible terrorist attack.
This may include bag searches and detector wand scans.
While the entrances on Goodwood Rd will get a proper look at too.
Organisers are reviewing their processes with SA Police and are expected to announce entry conditions around ten days before the event starts.
Similar measures have already been rolled-out at Adelaide Oval and the Entertainment Centre and terrorism experts say this will become the norm in our State.
Half a million patrons are expected to attend the Royal Show at Wayville from September 1-10.
St Johns First Aid officers, Police and Ambulance crews are always on site.