Warnervale, NSW 2259

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Stefan was on time, friendly and efficiently solved our problem. We would recommend you to friends and family.
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Chris is one of the best IT techs after I have met . Chris identified streaming issues and capacity overload which once rectified double my laptop speed. I will book again knowing they have my best interest at heart and will not sell me something I do not want.
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Computer Repairs Warnervale, NSW 2259

Warnervale is a rapidly growing town in the Australian state of New South Wales. It lies approximately 95 km north of the Sydney CBD, located west of Tuggerah Lake, a large shallow coastal lake, and just north of Wyong. The development of Warnervale was first undertaken by Albert Hamlyn Warner, who in 1893 acquired 12,000 acres of land in the area. Warner was probably one of the Wyong area's most notable residents and was strongly influenced by his travels in both Japan and the United States, which is today evidenced in road names in surrounding suburbs. The current development framework for Warnervale is to construct a $100 million, 113-hectare town centre, which will become the main centre for the Wyong Shire and cater for projected growth in the Warnervale-Wadalba region. It was announced that the proposed town centre would be built north of Sparks Road, adjacent to the proposed new railway station. Warnervale presently has relatively few facilities. A number of new schools have been erected in the area, including MacKillop Catholic College and Lakes Grammar - An Anglican School, to service the high youth population, but most of the workforce must commute.


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