Ashgrove, QLD 4060

Super I.T. Solutions

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Ashgrove, QLD 4060 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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We were extremely happy with the speed and quality of the service, as always. It was a pleasure to have Cameron here, and his assistance easily met our expectations.
- Jan E

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Problem sorted. Thanks Alan, great service.
- John R

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Please thank Cyril for his work on Friday. Cyril was the most knowledgeable, professional and well presented IT contractor we have had through our business. If we could have someone with Cyril's diligence and expertise at our call always there would be no reason to look elsewhere.
- Wayne K.

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Computer Repairs Ashgrove, QLD 4060

Ashgrove is an inner suburb in the City of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. It is located approximately 4 km north-west of the Brisbane CBD. Ashgrove is an upmarket, leafy, residential suburb, characterised by its hilly terrain and unique Ashgrovian houses built in the early 20th century. While many of the surrounding suburbs have seen an increase in the number of residential apartments built in the past decade, Ashgrove remains predominantly a suburb of detached, single dwelling houses, with many old Queenslander homes in the area. It contains the localities of Dorrington and St Johns Wood. Ashgrove's native name is "Kallindarbin" and was originally inhabited by the indigenous Turrbal or Duke of York clan. The main thoroughfare, Waterworks Road, was built on a Turrbal pathway that led to Mount Coot-tha, a place of the Honey-Bee Dreaming, and to the Enoggera Reservoir. The area remained primarily a farming district until the end of the 19th century, when growth accelerated with the sale of land which housed one of the first homesteads in the area, the Granite House, in the area still known as St Johns Wood. Ashgrove contains the neighbourhood of Ithaca, which is the home of the Broncos football club.


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