Hamilton Central, QLD 4007

Super I.T. Solutions

All Your IT Issues and Computer Repairs

SUPER FIXED, SUPER FAST

Fast and Efficient Onsite Service in Hamilton Central
Book online now
Phone 13 86 26 ( 13 TO BOOK )

SAME DAY SERVICE

Super IT Solutions will do its very best to get out to you the same day of booking (at no extra charge)

NO SOLUTION, NO FEE

Our team will make every effort to find a solution. If we cannot provide a solution, we will not charge for our services

WE COME TO YOU!

We come to you Monday to Saturday 8am to 10pm at a convenient time that you choose.

Trusted by 1000’s of satisfied customers

4.9 /5

5 Star Rating
Hamilton Central, QLD 4007 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
5 1
Google Rating Badge

Most helpful would recommend

★★★★★
Stuart was well presented arrived on time and was most helpful would recommend him and your service to friends I am approaching 80 and struggle with new technology but Stuart understood my problems and helped me in language that I could understand many thanks
- Elizabeth C.

Most helpful

★★★★★
Stuart was your rep . Most helpful
- Terry N.

Great service as usual

★★★★★
Great service as usual and our problem was remedied
- Mac R.

Book online now
Phone 13 86 26 ( 13 TO BOOK )

Computer Repairs Hamilton Central, QLD 4007

Hamilton is an inner northern suburb of the City of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia, lying on the north bank of the Brisbane River, along Hamilton Reach. The area is hilly with views of the Brisbane CBD. It is believed the first hotel in the district was built by the Gustavus Hamilton (father of Messrs. F. G. Hamilton, barrister, and R. Hamilton, surveyor). The Hamilton Hotel became an easy reference mark in the days when buildings were few in the district, and its name was gradually applied to the whole district. In Brisbane's early history, Hamilton was the home to many aristocrats and clergy. This district was the birthplace of Charles Kingsford Smith in 1897. Major roads in the suburb are Kingsford Smith Drive and Racecourse Road. Portside Wharf is the international cruise terminal, residential and retail development at Hamilton along the bank of the Brisbane River. Hamilton has a number of heritage-listed sites, including Toorak House at 28 Annie Street, Lochiel at 6 Hillside Crescent, El Nido at 194 Kingsford Smith Drive, Cremorne at 34 Mullens Street, and Hamilton Town Hall at 36-42 Racecourse Road.


Book online now
Phone 13 86 26 ( 13 TO BOOK )