Bundall, QLD 4217

Super I.T. Solutions

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Bundall, QLD 4217 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Troy was great

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Troy was great. Turned up on time and problem was quickly fixed
- Angela H.

Job 72108

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Best Technician I have ever come across. He fixed everything quickly and perfectly. He was very pleasant and a real joy to have come to fix my computer. Want to use him in the future. Highly recommended.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Jan Kleinman

I was delighted with the assistance

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Thanks again for your help again this week. I was delighted with the assistance which Chris gave. He is a really professional tech with great manner in explaining what and why he was doing! Just like you have been doing for us for nearly 15 years. Thanks again and keep up the great performance.
- Ian S.

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Computer Repairs Bundall, QLD 4217

Bundall is a suburb on Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The name Bundall is from the Aboriginal word for a species of prickly vine. The locality was originally established by British landowner Edmund Henry Price, in 1862. The northern boundary of the area runs from the southern Nerang Riverbank to The Arts Centre Gold Coast. The locality of Sorrento is within the southern section of the suburb. Bundall is also the home of the Bundall Iceland Ice Rink, home of the Bartercard Gold Coast Blue Tongues ice hockey club. Slatyer Avenue is one of eleven local streets named after young men who died on active service in World War II. When the Bradbrook family farm at Bundall was subdivided for housing in the 1950s, Slatyer Avenue was named after two brothers, Allan and Gordon Slatyer - the only children of Francis Leichhardt and Hilda (Peggy) Slatyer of Surfers Paradise. Allan, an RAAF leading aircraftman, died in a training accident at Wagga Wagga in 1941. He was 18 years old. Gordon, an AIF infantryman, was killed in action at the age of 22 in 1942 at El Alamein, Egypt. Suburbs around Bundall include Ashmore, Southport, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach Waters, and Benowa.


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