Gordon Park, QLD 4031

Super I.T. Solutions

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Gordon Park, QLD 4031 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 418 reviews
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Yes to all questions. Have used you before and always a positive experience.
- Peter C.

solved my issues both times in a very efficient manner

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Booking was painless. Cyril was always on-time. He is knowledgeable and very personable. This is the second time that I have used youand Cyril solved my issues both times in a very efficient manner. I would highly recommend him.
- Brenton C.

The tech that came to my house was very helpful

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The tech that came to my house was very helpful and pleasent based on him if other techs are the like i will recommend you to others
- Paul Walz

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Computer Repairs Gordon Park, QLD 4031

Gordon Park is a small residential area in the middle of Brisbane's northern suburbs and the smallest suburb within Brisbane City Council. Without any major shopping centres or business, it seems like a small town instead of being close to the centre of a major city. Gordon Park is about 5 km from Brisbane's CBD. Standalone houses account for 65% of all dwellings in this area and units account for a further 28%. Highset Queenslanders, many beautifully renovated, are a feature of this green and leafy suburb. The Turrbal clan occupied the northern side of the Brisbane River. There were camping grounds around the Breakfast Creek area and the explorers John Oxley and Allan Cunningham met members of the clan at the mouth of the Creek in 1824. In 1926, the Gordon Park Baptist Church started as a tent mission on property at Khartoum Street, which was owned by the church. It was originally known as the Gordon Park Mission Church. The President of the Baptist Union of Queensland opened the Church hall in 1961. Trams ran to Gordon Park connecting it with Brisbane until they were progressively withdrawn from use, finally ceasing all operations on 13 April 1969.


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