Harrisville, QLD 4307

Super I.T. Solutions

All Your IT Issues and Computer Repairs

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

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

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Harrisville, QLD 4307 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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I would not hesitate to use you again

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My consultant, Stefam Kirch, was prompt, courteous, knowledgable and very helpful. I would not hesitate to use you again. Stefan was friendly and suggested some good improvements. I have already recommended you to my friends.
- Kerry Bell

I was more than happy with the service

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This is the first time I've used your company. I was more than happy with the service extended by Alan, who was very professional. He listened to what I was saying and explained what he was doing at all times. His recommendations felt reasonable and the end result has given me a more efficient computer to work with. Alan had a polite and friendly demeanour, and represented your company very well.
- Michelle C.

Polite & obliging

★★★★★
The visit from Stewart (Sunshine Coast) was excellent! Very helpful, polite & obliging.
- Athlene

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Computer Repairs Harrisville, QLD 4307

Harrisville is a town in the Scenic Rim Region of Queensland, Australia. Warrill Creek, a tributary of the Bremer River, passes through the western parts of the town. The town is believed to be named after brothers John Harris and George Harris, who had a store and cotton ginnery in the area. Cotton was a valuable crop at that time. Harrisville Post Office opened on 1 August 1873 (a receiving office had been open from 1871). Queensland's first branch railway line reached Harrisville in 1882. A private hospital operated from 1911 until 1973. Harrisville has a number of heritage sites, including Courthouse and Police Lock-up on Church Street, School of Arts on Hall Street, Masonic Hall, also on Hall Street, Former Royal Bank on Queen Street, and Memorial Park, also on Queen Street. The Harrisville Historical Society maintains a museum in Queen Street which includes a rain-gun used during the 1902 drought. The centenary of Harrisville was celebrated in 1963, with a street parade and centenary ball organised by the Harrisville Centenary Celebrations Committee. In 2013, Harrisville commemorated 150 years with a street procession and unveiling of a plaque by the Governor of Queensland.


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