All of the Mobile Geeks IT techs are preloaded with several years of industry knowledge as well as education and their references are often cross examined for their ex – business employers in our town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians as well as most of Home Office crew that set up everyday work are Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This is the reason why whenever you get our computer repair services you will not have to be subjected to needless waiting around times because somebody did not know the specific position of your suburb as well as the proximity to some other neighborhoods and will not require to spend some time on the business phone making clear your street address. In addition, you won’t have to use your valuable time expecting the Geeks to determine where to find your workplace or residence and locations to park their Geek mobile. Our people do understand their assignments as well as know how to reach you in a most effective manner. We’re able to provide you with any sort of Computer Repairs needs. Be it wi-fi network installation, email Web server setup , Virus Extraction, Firewall software fitting, Internet Safety measures or back-up and recovery services, Mobile Geeks will certainly make IT easy. Each of our skilled computer repair technicians have sorted out all the IT challenges before and shall treat your internet link, organize your home office, remove the virus and find your vanished info without delay, professionally and, in most circumstances, without requiring separating you and your computer.

Dangar Island Historical Note:

Dangar Island is a small island in the Hawksbury River, just north of Sydney. It has a population of 250 and is serviced by the Dangar Island Ferry that runs from Brooklyn taking about 10 minutes. The ferry runs 7 days a weeks and is adjacent to the Hawkesbury River railway station.

For thousands of years the island has been known to the local Guringai Aboriginies, with Governor Arthur Phillip the first European to explore the area in 1788. He named it Mullet Island after the fish he found in the area. At first the local people were friendly towards him, but when he came back the following year they wouldn’t make contact.

In 1864 the island was purchased and named by Henry Carey Dangar the son of Henry Dangar a parliamentarian, surveyor and pastoralist. The island was leased to the union Bridge Company of Chicago for the construction of the Hawkesbury River Rail Bridge between 1886-1889