Dallas, VIC 3047

Super I.T. Solutions

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

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Dallas, VIC 3047 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Chris was everything I expect your staff to be. He was helpful, knowledgeable, friendly. and his services and advice helped a great deal. He has brought me back to this organisation and I will be happy to use him again.
- Sidney F

Presented well and was very professional

★★★★★
Andrew the IT technician was on time for my 3pm appointment. He presented well and was very professional. He helped fixed my computer issue in a timely manner and overall I am very impressed and would use them again.
- Sacha T.

As usual, very professional

★★★★★
As usual, very professional and described in an easy to understand way of what was going on or not with my computer.
- Brian R.

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Computer Repairs Dallas, VIC 3047

Dallas is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 18 km north of Melbourne's CBD. Its local government area is the City of Hume. Dallas was named after the Governor of Victoria, Sir Dallas Brooks.

The Housing Commission of Victoria built many of the houses in the Dallas area between 1961 and 1970. The Dallas Primary School was built in 1963. Dallas North Primary opened in 1965. Dallas Post Office opened on 21 February 1966, but from 1968 to 1995 was known as Broadmeadows before reverting to Dallas. Prior to the construction of the suburb the Dallas area was primarily used for agriculture.

In 1924 the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works built a reservoir for reticulating water for the Broadmeadows area. Bus route 532 (Craigieburn - Broadmeadows via Upfield Station) travels through Dallas, via Riggall and Blair Street's. Coolaroo and Upfield are railway stations nearest to Dallas. There are a number of takeaway stores in the Dallas Shopping Strip. There are many kebab stores as well as Indian, charcoal chicken and fish and chips. There is also the Coolaroo Hotel on Barry Road, which has a drive through bottle shop and is open until late.



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