I was disappointed with the way the management viewed our group of fathers and sons (8-13 year olds) this year. This is an annual trip where some Dads used to come as kids with their Dads and what we have loved about this location is that our boys can surf, fish, ride bikes ride and skateboards by day, and sit around a camp fire, or hang out together in cabin, or play spotlight on the golf course, without being supervised every minute by their Dads, who are always only 200 metres away. This year things were different. Yes, the pressure of COVID was visible and yes our boys are now a little older. They may be guilty of playing knock and run or messing up the sand in the bunkers but right from arrival, we seemed to be singled out as trouble, and unwelcomed on site. Camp fires were banned, even for one guy who for the second year brought a bot-bellied wood burning stove, and kids had to be constantly supervised. My message to the management. Your spoiling the sort of long weekend camping Australians are used to. It was sad to experience your inflexibility and intolerance and you managed to take the fun out of a fun weekend.