It's almost that time of year when witches, ghouls and creepy crawlies will roam the streets, but Halloween is set to look a little different this year.
Health authorities are urging people to take precautions if they plan to trick or treat or if they will be handing out lollies.
Tony Burns, senior environmental health officer for the Murrumbidgee Lower Health District, said it was essential people stuck to the rules while having fun.
"People need to remember you can only have 20 people on a property at a time or you get fined," he said.
Mr Burns also suggested not using communal lolly bowls but hang them individually on the fence, front gate or up the driveway.
He added families and young people should take hand sanitiser with them as well.
NSW Health suggests putting up a sign that says "We are home but due to COVID-19, we are distancing. Please take one, Happy Halloween".
The organiser of the Trick or Treating House Wagga - who preferred to remain anonymous - has been putting together a handy map for three years for families to follow. And, this year is no different.
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"I started running the Wagga Christmas Lights page, and I noticed people were asking 'does anyone know houses that are doing trick or treating'," they said.
"We have 1000 followers or so on the page.
"I get people to send through their address and suburb then I will then create a list. I take submissions right up until midnight on October 30, and we post it around lunchtime the next day."