Computer Repairs Cambridge Park

If you’re looking for IT managed services or computer repairs in Cambridge Park, Mobile Geeks can help. Our Geeks come to you whether that be your home or office in Cambridge Park, with no call out fees. Services we offer include: wireless network configuration, computer and laptop virus removals, data backup, data recovery, computer upgrade advice, printer setup, computer networking setup, hardware and software upgrades, and many more computer repairs. Our Cambridge Park computer technicians are trained not only on their computer repair skills but also on their customer service skills so we can ensure you’re getting good service.

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Mobile Geeks offers onsite expert, guaranteed and outstanding computer repairs, servicing Cambridge Park 7 days a week.

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Cambridge Gardens Historical Note:

Cambridge Gardens is a Sydney suburb located 54 kilometres west of the CBD.

Cambridge Gardens is a fairly recent suburb. It was having only officially open in 1981was and was formerly part of the suburb of Cambridge Park.

Prior to white settlement, what is now known as Cambridge Gardens was historical home to the Mulgoa people.. The first land given in this locale was in 1831. The lucky recipient was Phillip Parker King, son of the Governor Phillip Gidley King. The land was adjoined to the Werrington estate that belonged to his sister Mary Lethbridge. The estate was run as a large farm until the 1880s, at that time it was subdivided into smaller farms. This area was ten renamed Cambridge Park. Cambridge park

Cambridge Park is a Sydney suburb located 53 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD, in the local government area of the City of Penrith and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

Prior to European settlement here, the area that is now called ¬†Cambridge Park was home to the Mulgoa people. They lived a nomadic lifestyle according to traditional lawsstemming from the time they called – Dreamtime. Their homes were bark huts that were called ‘gunyahs’. The Mulgoa people hunted kangaroos and emus for meat, and gathered yams, berries and other edible plants to supplement their diet. After the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia in a major outbreak of smallpox decimated the local indigenous community.