Nana Glen, NSW 2450

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Phillip was very professional, courteous and helpful.
- John C

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Zee was great, very knowlegeable and was able to provide diagnosis in a way I could understand. Was grateful for the tech advice to maintain tech health of my device. Would recommend to others based on my experience. Thanks again Zee
- Barbara S.

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The rep was early (which was great), presentable and personable. He fixed the computer easily. I'm so happy I can type and send again. I will definitely call again if this stupid computer "plays up" again. Great service.
- Barbara G.

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Computer Repairs Nana Glen, NSW 2450

Nana Glen is a small village in MSW, Australia, 25 km inland north-west of Coffs Harbour. It is located on the Orara Way. The Orara Way (formerly known as Coramba Road) is the main thoroughfare through the township and is an alternative route between Grafton and Coffs Harbour. Nana Glen is situated between the township of Coramba and Glenreagh. The well-known film actor, Russell Crowe, has a 320 ha property in Nana Glen, where his parents live. Archie Hunter Park, which is on the Orara River, is a place for a picnic and a swim.

As far as local legend goes, Nana Glen is named after the aboriginal word for the now extinct species of two-tailed lizard. The lizard features in much of the symbolism of the area and can be seen painted on the hall, signs around Nana Glen and as a main feature of the Nana Glen Primary School Logo. Historically, Nana Glen was a popular area for logging red cedar and other hardwoods. Purchased in 1930 by the local community, the Sportsground was donated to Council in 1979 on the condition that it be dedicated as a sports and recreation ground for the Nana Glen community.



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