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Discount Jukebox Karaoke Hire North Shore

02 9809 5916

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Sydney Jukebox Hire Since 1978

Jukebox Hire

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North Shore Jukebox Hire


Discount Jukebox Hire

We specialise in Digital Jukebox Karaoke Hire for The North Shore of Sydney including Mosman, Willoughby, Lane Cove, Artarmon, Roseville, Killara, Turramurra, Hornsby, Mount Colah etc.

Your party is very important to you, so getting things right and keeping your guests entertained throughout the night is absolutely essential. Don’t just hire the same old run of the mill Jukebox. We offer the very latest Four-In-One Digital Jukebox / Karaoke / Photo Booth Systems that not only insures great music and Karaoke at your party but also includes a Photo Booth option, so by the end of the night you have some amazing photos of you and your guests that you will look back on forever. It also incorporates a PA System and Inbuilt Colour Changing Lights. These systems are very popular and get booked out so please Call Now: - 02 9809 5915 or click our Online Quote Button for more information.

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02 9809 5916

Perfect For 18 Birthday Parties, Engagements, Weddings, 21st, 40th, Children's Parties Etc

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Interesting Facts About Sydney's North Shore

Before British settlement, the Lower North Shore was home to the Gorualgal (Mosman and southern Willoughby) and Cammeraygal (North Sydney and Eastern Lane Cove).[1]

After the establishment of Sydney in 1788, settlement on the North Shore of the harbour was quite limited. One of the first settlers was James Milson who lived in the vicinity of Jeffrey Street in Kirribilli, directly opposite Sydney Cove. The north shore was more rugged than the southern shore and western areas of the harbour and had limited agricultural potential. The early activities in the area included tree felling, boatbuilding and some orchard farming in the limited areas of good soil. The North Shore railway line was built in the 1890s. Access to the Sydney CBD, located on the southern shore of the harbour remained difficult until the completion of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932. This led to commencement the development of suburbs on the North Shore. [2]

Cumberland County mapping from 1792 to 1894 indicate that the four local governments that stand today were derived from one: the Parish of Willoughby. From the Parish of Willoughby came the City of Willoughby and the municipalities of Mosman, Lane Cove and North Sydney. North Sydney was formerly known as St. Leonards.  (Wikipedia)



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