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Voyager Point Historical Note:

Voyager Point is located 27 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Liverpool.

Voyager Point has been named after the commemorative Park that was established following the loss of HMAS Voyager in 1964 when it collided with the aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne – 82 lives were lost. The area had once been the East Hills Naval Estate which contained about 70 married quarters for families of members in the Royal Australian Navy.

The original streets in the area such as Pelorus and Torch have been named after ships that sailed in the second fleet. The suburb is a relatively new development – the land once belonging to Holsworthy Barracks.

The area has native flora and fauna and walkways through the bushland areas. There is a footbridge over the Georges River that connects Voyager Point to the suburb of East Hills.

Neighbouring suburbs include, Milperra, Hammondville, East Hills and Panania

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Dianose computer not powering on, replace faulty power supply

23/09/2011

1. Went onsite

2. Inspect why computer would not start up

3. Inspect power cable connection (ok)

4. Inspect Power supply unit, found unit had failed from power overload/surge

5. Remove power supply unit

6. Replace power supply unit

7. Reassemble computer and test (pass)

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