Hurstbridge, VIC 3099

Super I.T. Solutions

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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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Hurstbridge, VIC 3099 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Your technician provided excellent service

Your technician provided excellent service. He was an extremely professional young man, he was on time, professional in his manner and went out of his way to help us. Please pass on our thanks and gratitude.
- David H.

All the information I needed

As always I was very happy with the service given by your rep Simon. He was on time and gave me all the information I needed and updated our 2 computers without any problems. I will be using Super IT Solutions again in 2020 for renewal of Norton security application.
- Marion

Zee was fast and efficient

Zee visited us today to fix a few PC problems, and we couldn't be happier. Zee was fast and efficient and explained all as he went. Punctual and very professional. Highly recommended.
- Ross D.

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Computer Repairs Hurstbridge, VIC 3099

Hurstbridge is a town in Victoria, Australia, 26 km north-east of Melbourne's CBD. Its local government area is the Shire of Nillumbik.

Hurstbridge was first settled by Cornelius Haley, a grazier, in 1842. The area was originally known as Upper Diamond Creek, or Allwood, after the homestead built there on Haley's selection. Henry Hurst worked for Haley, and in 1857 was joined by his father Robert, mother and siblings. The Hurst's took over from Haley and, in 1924, the town was renamed after the Hurst family. The Hurst's built the first log bridge across the Diamond Creek (in 1858) upstream from the present Monash Bridge.

The area includes a diverse mix of farmers, artists, commuters and tourists. Around Hurstbridge can be found a number of attractions including wineries, walking tracks and markets. Hurstbridge holds the annual Wattle Festival each spring, and a farmer's market each month. The are is serviced by regular train services to and from the Melbourne CBD at Hurstbridge Station.

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