Sackville, NSW 2756

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Sackville, NSW 2756 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 439 reviews
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I was very impressed with your service with Troy able to come out less than a few hours after I called. He was professional and provided value add advice too. Thanks again.
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David was prompt and professional. He was very helpful with rectifying our problem and any questions I had. Will always recommend you.
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Amazing service, great technician. Thanks for everything
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Computer Repairs Sackville, NSW 2756

Sackville is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the City of Hawkesbury, on the Hawkesbury River, and is the site of the Sackville Ferry. Sackville was first settled as a farming community by colonists in 1803 and the settlement was named after Viscount Sackville, the British Secretary of State for the Colonies between 1775 and 1782. It is located on the rich alluvial soil of the flood plains of the Hawkesbury, was close to a readily available fresh water supply, and had transportation links to Sydney via the Hawkesbury River. The railway from Sydney to Windsor opened in 1864, which meant that farm produce could be shipped upriver for onward transportation by train. However, by the 1880s the river had become silted up between Sackville and Windsor, and Sackville became the head of navigation for seagoing vessels. The SS Hawkesbury, operating from the 1880s, and the SS Narara, from 1900 until it sank in 1909, linked Sackville to Sydney. A ferry service is known to have operated across the river at Sackville since at least 1883. Suburbs and localities around Sackville include East Kurrajong, Sackville North, Ebenezer, and Wilberforce.


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