Ashmore City, QLD 4214

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Excellent service as usual. Alex is extremely knowledgeable and a very personable technician.
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Stewart was absolutely marvellous many thanks total professional
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Hello, just wanted to say thank you for having a wonderful staff member called Zee. He was on time and dressed nicely and was very polite.
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Computer Repairs Ashmore City, QLD 4214

Ashmore is a suburb in Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. The area's name derives from a locality or family property in England. A local thoroughfare with residents travelling from Benowa Road to Nerang Road, the suburb was officially perpetuated in 1976, when a housing estate (called Ashmore Village) was developed in the area. There is a private high school, two private primary schools and one public in Ashmore. Gold Coast Institute of TAFE also has one campus located in Ashmore. It is on the corner of Heeb Street and Benowa Road. The main retail area of Ashmore is on Southport-Nerang Road, which features the Ashmore City Shopping Centre, as well as several larger stores, such as Spotlight and Anaconda. The suburb features Hungry Jack's, Pizza Hut and Red Rooster opposite Ashmore Plaza. Pre-clearing, the vegetation of Ashmore included substantial areas of blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis) tall, open forest on lowland metamorphosed sediments. This ecosystem type is now listed as endangered with extinction in Queensland, having been extensively cleared for agriculture and housing development. Public Transport in Ashmore consists of six different bus routes, though no more than two cover most areas of the suburb.


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