Greenbank, QLD 4124

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Very happy with the service; Technicians know what they are doing, problems are resolved quickly, with only a small amount of interruption to our business.
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Computer Repairs Greenbank, QLD 4124

Greenbank is a rural-residential suburb within Logan City, QLD. Once divided between the Shire of Beaudesert and Logan City, the Queensland Government's council amalgamations resulted in Greenbank becoming entirely within Logan City, since the 15th March 2008.

The suburb is surrounded by farmland and includes the forested Greenbank Military Range, which is a registered Australian Heritage Site. A strip of parkland and a watercourse, originally named The Platypus Pools and Bracken Way, is natural habitat to a large species of flora and fauna, including platypus, the rare black cockatoo, kookaburra, the blue wren, king fisher, honey eaters, owls, kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, possums, bearded dragons, legless lizards and water monitors (some up to 2.5 metres in length), plus many more.

The watercourse and natural forest is fed by torrential rains and natural springs, dotted throughout the Spring Mountain area. The parkland stretches along on either side of the watercourse and a variety of walking tracks of different fitness levels are used by residents for casual strolls, nature lovers and serious athletic enthusiasts, horse and bike riding.



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