Computer Repairs North Narrabeen

Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repairer servicing North Narrabeen and the Northern Beaches. Our computer repairs are done onsite and we travel to your business or home in North Narrabeen with no call out fees.

Our North Narrabeen computer technicians can setup new emails for residents and businesses, troubleshoot PC problems, install and configure new software, upgrade & install hardware, audit your IT systems, set up your business IT, remove malware, perform data backups and perform many more computer repair services. Our IT Geeks have what it takes to solve prevalent computer concerns and those exceptionally hairy ones that happen once in five years and get most people scratching their heads. Thus, if you’ve an issue, it is most likely we have experienced it many times before, we can take care of computer repairs and maintenance requirements and make the issues go away for good.

What type of computer repairs do your Mobile Geeks in North Narrabeen provide?

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks in North Narrabeen provides include:

Where can I find computer repair technician in North Narrabeen and the Northern Beaches?

Mobile Geeks provides mobile computer repairs to North Narrabeen and the Northern Beaches area. Save yourself time and effort with Mobile Geeks. Our computer technicians come to you so give us a call on 1300 883 021 if you would like one of our computer technicians to come in and fix your computer, laptop or Macbook.

North Narrabeen Historical Note:

North Narrabeen is located 25 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the Northern Beaches region.

There are many theories and suggestions to how Narrabeen got its name including – Narrabeen is an aboriginal word Narrabine that means many swans. Narrabine was the name of an aboriginal girl; who lived near the lake, helping capture convicts, or a native plant growing near the lake entrance. Mr Greg Narra an early explorer who after being lost lived on wild beans calling them Narra’s beans.

In 1815 the first land grants in the area were given out.

Travellers had to ford the lake until 1880 when the first bridge opened, a second bridge followed in 1925. In 1913 an extension of the tram service came through which made the lake a popular holiday spot, a large camping spot was opened on the north shore of the lagoon.