In the early 1990s, the Rotary Club of Morialta - in conjunction with the Royal Australian Air Force and the Cadets of the Air Training Corps - coordinated annual Camp Quality Fun Days, held at the RAAF Base Edinburgh, each November. 
The aim of the initiative was to provide a day of fun for the whole family, including siblings.
The Fun Days were jam-packed with exciting activities, including a display by the RAAF Police dogs, close inspection of aircraft on the base, drill and static displays by the cadets of the Air Training Corps, model making activities, lunch at the Sergeants’ mess, action with Physical Training Instructors on the Confidence Course, action with the RAAF Fire Section, a visit to the Aircraft Control Tower, a magnificent flying display by Aerobatic flying ace Chris Sperou, and a visit by Father Christmas - giving presents to all children.

The events were enormous successes, with hundreds of people in attendance. The inaugural event, held in 1991 won the Significant Achievement Award, from World President of Rotary, Rajendra K Saboo. The 1992 event won the Ivor Lewis Trophy for publicity.