A bit like motor cars, computing devices undoubtedly are a part of everyday activity and when they work like they are expected to, people take it for granted… Then again, just like motor vehicles, computer units can easily break-down when you least expect and in the event that you can least afford for this to happen.

All of our computer technicians pride themselves upon his or her special industry knowledge, skills as well as capacity to overcome virtually any computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to solve prevalent computer troubles or even those one-of-a-kind hairy ones which happen once in five-years and get everybody scratching their heads. And so, if you’ve got a concern, it really is more than likely we’ve experienced it numerous times in the past, placing Mobile Geeks in the best position to deliver your computer service and maintenance needs making the headaches disappear altogether.

Malabar Historical Note:

Malabar is located 12 kilometres south east of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Randwick

Malabar was named after the Burns Philip Company passenger and cargo steamer that was shipwrecked at Long Bay in 1931 – the MV Malabar. The ship itself had been named after Malabar in Indonesia. Prior to the wreck the suburb had been known as Long Bay or Brand, and in 1933 after a petition by local residents Malabar was officially chosen.

The area had been part of land originally reserved for the Church and Schools Corporation, later the land returned to the Crown and at the end of the 19th century there was a small fishing village there.

This is a coastal suburb situated around Long Bay; it is mostly residential with large plots of land devoted to the Long Bay Correctional Facility, the ANZAC Riffle Range and Randwick Golf Course.