Griffith, ACT 2603

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Alan was very helpful and totally professional I will use you if I need to again but especially asking for Alan her was efficient and quick very very happy
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I am very pleased with the service I got. Cyrill was my tech man and he was very knowledgable and helpful. He was on time, which is important to me. I will be calling you again if I need any further help.
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Computer Repairs Griffith, ACT 2603

Griffith is an early inner-south suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Griffith contains the Manuka Shopping Centre, one of the earliest shopping areas built in Canberra. Noted buildings in the suburb include the Russian Embassy and St Paul's Anglican Church.

Griffith is one of Canberra's oldest suburbs, with several of its streets designed according to Walter Burley Griffin's original designs for Canberra. The suburb has 20 parks covering nearly 12 percent of the total area. Settlement of the Blandfordia 5 Precinct, southwest of Manuka, began in 1926. In 1928, southern Blandfordia (named after the Christmas Bell) was renamed Griffith and northern Blandfordia became Forrest. Griffith is named after Sir Samuel Griffith, who was chosen in 1903 as the first Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and retained his position until his retirement in 1919. Streets in Griffith are named after explorers. Rocks in Griffith are from the Silurian age. Mount Painter Volcanics dark grey to green grey dacitic tuff is found to the south west of the Deakin Fault. Canberra Formation, calcareous shale is in the north east of the Deakin Fault.



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