Allan, QLD 4370

Super I.T. Solutions

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Super IT Solutions will do its very best to get out to you the same day of booking (at no extra charge)


Our team will make every effort to find a solution. If we cannot provide a solution, we will not charge for our services


We come to you Monday to Saturday 8am to 10pm at a convenient time that you choose.

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Allan, QLD 4370 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Delighted with the service

We were delighted with the service given by the young French guy. He was punctual, polite, incredibly competent & very patient explaining his fixes to a couple of clueless senior non-Geeks! Highly recommended.
- Jenny Brown

friendly and competent

Matt was on time, friendly and competent. He gave me sensible advice about the problem I had and some tips on computer problems in general.
- David P.

On time well presented and very professional

Alex was on time well presented and very professional. His follow up calls were appreciated. Would use him again
- Kirsty P.

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Computer Repairs Allan, QLD 4370

Allan is locality in the Southern Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. The Cunningham Highway passes through the locality. So does Sandy Creek, a major watercourse which is a tributary of the Condamine River. A section of the eastern boundary is marked by the Condamine. The locality was named after botanist and explorer, Allan Cunningham. The district was formerly known as Sandy Creek, after the local creek. A number of hotels were built at Sandy Creek in 1866. Adam Smith built the Darling Downs Hotel in 1875. It operated as a coach stop for changing horses from 1880, until the Allan railway station opened in 1904. In the 1920s, the old Darling Downs Hotel was replaced with the current building. The Allan State School opened on 13 May 1872 as the Sandy Creek Provisional School. The school and residence were built by W. Wallace and H. Marshall. In 1929, it became Allan State School. It closed in December 1967. The land is used for agricultural purposes, both crops and grazing. The Condamine River forms the north-eastern boundary of the locality, while Sandy Creek flows from the locality. The Cunningham Highway passes through the locality from the south-east towards the west.

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