Valentine, NSW 2280

Super I.T. Solutions

All Your IT Issues and Computer Repairs


Fast and Efficient Onsite Service in Valentine
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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.

Trusted by 1000’s of satisfied customers

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5 Star Rating
Valentine, NSW 2280 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Helpful and Accommodating

Pete was very helpful and accommodating with all my I.T. requests and very knowledgeable.
- Jenny

I'm so happy...

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.

Another good experience

Andrew was on time, aware of my previous issues and genuinely concerned about improving my situation. Another good experience with your organisation
- David F.

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Computer Repairs Valentine, NSW 2280

Valentine is a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in NSW, Australia, 20km from Newcastle's CBD along the eastern shoreline of Lake Macquarie. Coal was mined near Valentine by the Hartley Company in the mid-1800s, before it became a suburb in the 1950s, facing north, looking over the shallow waters of Croudace Bay. The public school opened in 1958. It is now a large residential district. The development commenced in the late 1980s. Valentine was named after Mr Henry Valentine Joseph Geary, a property speculator and company director who grew up in Melbourne, Victoria, and settled in NSW after 1909, speculating in mining. In the early days, a ferry provided holiday makers with access from Speers Point and a small shop was open on weekends. Because the only access was by water, most of the houses were built on or near the foreshore adjacent to Dilkera Avenue. A permanent shop was opened in 1945 and the first telephone service in 1946, with 20 subscribers. The streets mostly have aboriginal names, except for the area originally owned and subdivided by the Toll family (hence the old name "Toll's Estate") which are named after Albert Toll and his children.

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