Simillar to cars or trucks, laptop or computer systems certainly are a a part of life when they run like they are expected to, we tend to take it for granted… Having said that, much like motor vehicles, computer systems may stop working when you least expect and when you can least afford for that to occur.
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Grays Point HIstorical Note:
Grays Point is located 29 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district it is in the local government area of the Sutherland Shire
While it still remains unclear how Grays Point got its name, it is thought that it was either named after John Edward Gray who was a well known resident and ranger in the Royal National Park in the 1880’s, or, after Samuel William Gray who owned land on the point.
This small suburb has amazing views of the Port Hacking estuary, and it is adjacent to the Royal National Park and suburbs Kirrawee, Gymea Bay, and Yowie Bay. The Swallow Rock wetlands is within Gray’s Point’s borders and is a wildlife reserve, that is home to such animals as Kookaburras, Mopoke owls, possums, wallabies, sugar Gliders, magpies and deer (introduced species) .
The area is largely residential with a small group of shops along Grays Point Road which includes a post office and bottle shop.