Grose Vale, NSW 2753

Super I.T. Solutions

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Grose Vale, NSW 2753 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 418 reviews
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Alex was outstanding.

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Alex was outstanding.
- Michael E.

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Excellent, 5 Star experience with Cyril Duvignau. He sorted out and fixed the issues I was having, and explained as he went along. I was absolutely thrilled with his excellent customer service and manner. Would highly recommend! and would most definitely use again. Thank you.
- Wilma Russel

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Phillip attended my office on Monday afternoon. The computer is up and running again, which is great, thank you. so I'm happy.
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Computer Repairs Grose Vale, NSW 2753

Grose Vale is a suburb of Sydney, NSW, Australia. The suburb consists of mostly semi-rural properties around 5 to 10 acres in size. Entry into the suburb is via Grose Vale Road running from Grose Wold to the East, and the village of Kurrajong to the North. The suburb has no footpaths and only sparse street-lighting. The parts of Grose Vale nearest Kurrajong have town water and/or sewer lines. Majority of residents use tank water, either from rainfall or trucked in using tankers. Waste is disposed of using septic tanks and absorption trenches. Amenities are provided at the junction of Grose Vale Road and Grose Wold Road (West) in the form of a small general store and a petrol station, a post office, a hairdresser, a bus-stop and a public telephone. The Blue Mountains national park opens to the south and west of the suburb, and brings many forms of native fauna to the residents. Wallabies are common, as are the Australian king parrot, the kookaburra, the rosella, the rainbow lorikeet, the bellbird, the galah, and the cockatoo. Winters can drop to below zero, but this is not common. Daytime summer temperatures can reach into the mid-40s Celsius.


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