Sunshine, VIC 3020

Super I.T. Solutions

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Sunshine, VIC 3020 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Friendly, helpful and practical!

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Friendly, helpful and practical! Thank you!
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Very happy with the service provided

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Technician, Mohamad, undertook all of the tasks required to set up my new computer. He also provided useful advice. I am very happy with the service provided.
- Geoff H.

Stuart is amazing

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Stuart is amazing very polite extremely intelligent in his profession
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Computer Repairs Sunshine, VIC 3020

Sunshine is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, lying 11 to 13 km west of the CBD. It was earlier known as Braybrook Junction. In 1904, H. V. McKay bought the Braybrook Implement Works and, in 1906, he moved his agricultural machinery manufacturing business to Braybrook Junction. This established the Sunshine Harvester Works, which became the largest manufacturing plant in Australia. In 1907, the locality was renamed Sunshine, after residents had petitioned to change the name in honour of the Sunshine Harvester Works. Also in 1907, an industrial dispute between owner H. V. McKay and his workers at the Sunshine Harvester Works led to the Harvester Judgement, the benchmark industrial decision which led to the creation of a minimum living wage for Australian workers. Sunshine Station is situated where the Ballarat, Bendigo meet and is a stopping point for passengers on the Regional Rail Link trains from Geelong. This makes Sunshine Station a junction for all three western regional railway lines. Cyclists in Sunshine are represented by BrimBUG, the Brimbank Bicycle User Group. The heritage-listed H.V. McKay Memorial Gardens on Anderson Road, established in 1909 by H.V. McKay as Sunshine Gardens, is one of two remaining 'industrial gardens' in Australia.


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