Computer Repairs Kurnell

Mobile Geeks are Kurnell’s best computer repairers and we make IT easier for you. If your computer is running slow or you need to upgrade your RAM, it’s time to call Mobile Geeks. We provide on-site computer repairs to your home or business in Kurnell, making it easy and convenient for you. Our IT Geeks help with computer troubleshooting, hardware replacements, malware removals, data backups, business IT support, internet security & firewall setup, software installation and many more computer repairs. Our Kurnell computer technicians not only fix all your computer problems but they also provide outstanding customer service.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:

 

Mobile Geeks provide onsite professional, efficient and friendly computer repairs and servicing to Kurnell seven days a week.

Give our Geeks a call on 1300 883 021 today!

Kurnell Historical Note:

Kurnell is a suburb in southern Sydney is located 22 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD.

There are two theories for the origin of the name Kurnell. It is either a deviation of an Aboriginal word “collonel” or a deviation of the name of an early settler, John Connell.

Kurnell is considered to be ‘the birthplace of modern Australia’, as it is the place where Captain James Cook landed on 29 April 1770, making first contact with the original inhabitants of the area, the Gweagal Aborigines whilst navigating his way up the East Coast of Australia on Endeavour.

Kurnell is dominated by an industrial area, which includes the Caltex Oil Refinery. The Kurnell Desalination Plant, provides much of the rest of Sydney with an alternative water supply. It has been criticised on environmental grounds (greenhouse gases and impact of large amounts of deoxygenated brine), and was shelved, but was resumed after the March 2007 N.S.W. state elections.

The Cronulla sand dunes formed part of the location for the films Forty Thousand Horsemen, directed by Charles Chauvel in 1940 and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. Sand dunes are currently being replaced with domestic and industrial waste.