Harris Park, NSW 2150

Super I.T. Solutions

All Your IT Issues and Computer Repairs


Fast and Efficient Onsite Service in Harris Park
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Super IT Solutions will do its very best to get out to you the same day of booking (at no extra charge)


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

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Harris Park, NSW 2150 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Most pleasant and answered all questions

Alex arrived on time with all appointments. He most pleasant and answered all questions. Everything with the new computer is working and at this moment do not have any problems with the work completed. I'd be happy having Alex call again when and if needed.
- Robyn S.

He resolved all my issues

Stuart Kinnon was on time, he resolved all my issues and did an excellent job and yes I would recommend your company to others.
- Sharon B.

Very professional

Alan was very pleasant and obviously knew his job. He gave me some helpful advice also. Very professional. Happy to recommend Super IT Solutions. Regards Dave
- David P

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Computer Repairs Harris Park, NSW 2150

Harris Park is a suburb of Sydney, NSW, located 23 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD.

James Ruse was the first convict to be granted land in the colony, by Governor Arthur Phillip in this area in 1791. He developed Australia's first private farm known as Experiment Farm, which sowed the first wheat in Australia. Surgeon John Harris, who had already received land grants in the area in 1793 and 1805, bought the farm and built a cottage on the site in 1795. Harris Park is named after John Harris. The cottage is heritage-listed and open to the public.

John Macarthur built Elizabeth Farm in 1793. The building changed and grew substantially over the years, and the architect John Verge is thought to have worked on it from around the late 1820s to the late 1830s. It now falls within the Rosehill area and is heritage-listed. Macarthur built Hambledon Cottage in the early 1820s for Penelope Lucas, the governess for his children. The main wing was designed by Henry Kitchen and the house was used for vice-regal guests until 1883. It is heritage-listed. Penelope Lucas is now remembered in Penelope Lucas Lane, in Rosehill.

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