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Computer Repairs Enoggera, QLD 4051
Enoggera is a suburb of Brisbane, in Queensland, Australia, 6 km north-west of the Brisbane CBD. The west of the suburb is dominated by Enoggera Hill. The word Enoggera is a wrongly spelled by an error made at the Government Lands Office, when the letter "u" was mistaken for "n". It was intended that the name should be recorded as Euogerra, a contraction of the Turrbal phrase "youara-ngarea", meaning literally "sing-play" or "song and dance". It refers to a ceremonial site used for dancing.
Enoggera initially developed as a farming community with orchards and vineyards. In the 1860s, the track to the Gympie goldfields passed through Enoggera, and this assisted with development. As the population increased, the first school opened in 1871, and the railway line to Enoggera Station opened in 1899. Enoggera has a number of heritage-listed sites, including Killarney at 9 Laurel Street.
Enoggera is home to a number of educational institutions, including Hillbrook Anglican School, Our Lady of The Assumption and Enoggera State School. The land for the Enoggera Army Barracks was acquired in 1910 and it opened in the same year. The Army Barracks is still located in Enoggera today.