Raby, NSW 2566

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We have had Stuart here a number of times over the last couple of years and find him very professional, helpful, quick at resolving problems, he is an asset to your business
- Judith D.

Tech was a very pleasant guy

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Tech was a very pleasant guy, conducted himself professionally, answered question. Importantly repaired my computer.
- Michael B.

solved my issues both times in a very efficient manner

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Booking was painless. Cyril was always on-time. He is knowledgeable and very personable. This is the second time that I have used youand Cyril solved my issues both times in a very efficient manner. I would highly recommend him.
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Computer Repairs Raby, NSW 2566

Raby is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of NSW, 55 km south-west of the Sydney CBD, in the local government area of the City of Campbelltown. It is part of the Macarthur region.

Raby took its name from Raby Road. In 1976, the Geographical Names Board of New South Wales approved the name "Raby", using the justification that the new suburb was to be located off Raby Road, which for more than 150 years had trailed across the hills linking the old Riley family property to Campbelltown.

Alexander Riley was a merchant and pastoralist who, in 1809, was granted 3,000 acres on the corner of Bringelly and Cowpasture Roads. He called his estate Raby in honour of his mother, who had been Miss Margaret Raby. Apparently "Raby" had also been the name of a family property in England. He used his new Australian farm for sheep breeding, and also introduced the first cashmere goats into the colony.

The old Bunbury-Curran Creek has now been developed as Raby Sports Complex, used by Campbelltown-Camden District Cricket Club as its home ground in the Sydney Grade Cricket competition, and Sunderland Reserve.



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