Warringah Mall, NSW 2100

Super I.T. Solutions

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

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Warringah Mall, NSW 2100 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Fantastic service and knowledge

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Fantastic service and knowledge and a great guy. Will definitely use him again!
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Very professional and informative

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The technician was very professional and informative.
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Punctual, courteous & presentable

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Was punctual, courteous & presentable, very nice to talk to and seemed very knowledgeable. Very happy with the service thank you
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Computer Repairs Warringah Mall, NSW 2100

Westfield Warringah Mall (previously known as Warringah Mall) is a large indoor/outdoor shopping centre in the suburb of Brookvale, in Sydney, Australia. Warringah Mall opened in 1963 and was developed by Hammerson Group, with around 53 stores, including H. G. Palmer (closed 1965), Nock & Kirby, Grace Brothers, Woolworths and David Jones. Ten years later, the centre saw the opening of a new Grace Brothers store, which was upgraded from a home-makers store. In 1973, a fire broke out in the original Woolworths store. Fifty more speciality stores have also opened, followed by the opening of the Hoyts Twin Cinema Complex in the early 1980s. In the mid-1980s, a Target store was opened, along with 20 speciality stores. Warringah Mall was included in the sale of Hammerson's Australian property portfolio to AMP Capital in 1994. In mid-2015, Westfield Warringah Mall underwent a $310 million redevelopment. These days, its main tenants include David Jones, Myer, H&M, Target, Big W, Bunnings, Woolworths, Coles, Rebel Sport, JB Hi-Fi and Hoyts Cinema in addition to over 300 specialty stores.


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