Tumbulgum, NSW 2490

Super I.T. Solutions

All Your IT Issues and Computer Repairs


Fast and Efficient Onsite Service in Tumbulgum
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Phone 13 86 26 ( 13 TO BOOK )


Super IT Solutions will do its very best to get out to you the same day of booking (at no extra charge)


Our team will make every effort to find a solution. If we cannot provide a solution, we will not charge for our services


We come to you Monday to Saturday 8am to 10pm at a convenient time that you choose.

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Tumbulgum, NSW 2490 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Happy, tech worked hard, spent the whole hour working, too bad I had bought the wrong router but he still go it up and running
- Dennis C.

Great Customer Service

I was pleased with the customer service and efficiency of technician Zee and Tamara from bookings.
- Bob R.

Very pleasant and presentable

Technician arrived on time and was very pleasant and presentable. Our computer issues were dealt with in a timely and professional manner and we would certainly use you again if required in future.
- Sylvia J.

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Computer Repairs Tumbulgum, NSW 2490

Tumbulgum is a town in northern New South Wales, Australia. The town is in the Tweed Shire local government area, at the confluence of the Rous and Tweed Rivers, 818 km north-east of the state capital, Sydney, and 120 km south-east of Brisbane. In the 1880s, Tumbulgum was the principal town in the Tweed Valley, with an active commercial sector, including a bank. It was not until construction of the rail line to Lismore in 1897 and the Murwillumbah Bridge in 1901 that Murwillumbah supplanted Tumbulgum as the major centre on the Tweed. The Australian red cedar growing in the Tumbulgum area attracted timber-cutters from the 1840s and by the early 1860s a small community and river port had been established on the northern side of the Tweed River, where it met the Rous. The town was originally called "Tweed Junction", but in 1880 the residents petitioned to have the name changed to "Tumbulgum". By 1885, the town had mostly moved to the southern bank of the Tweed. Tumbulgum is now an historic village with many buildings in the town having National Heritage classification, including the Tumbulgum Hotel.

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