All the Mobile Geeks IT consultants have got a lot of industry working experience and training and their qualifications are usually cross checked with regards to their previous recruiters in our town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians along with most Head Office employees that coordinate day-to-day duties are actually Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This is the reason why any time you request our computer repair services you shall not be confronted with useless waiting times due to the fact a person did not know the actual area of Picnic Point as well as closeness to some other neighborhoods and will not need to spend time on the phone clarifying your home address. Likewise, you simply will not need to use up your spare time hoping for your Geeks to decide where to find your office or family home and where they should park the Geek mobile. The people do understand their responsibilities and know how to find you in a very most effective manner. We can easily offer you any kind of Computer Repairs needs. Whether it’s wire-less network unit installation, e mail Server install , Computer virus Removal, Firewall program installation, Internet Security measures or back-up and recovery services, Mobile Geeks really make IT easy. Each of our competent computer repair technicians have taken care of more or less all IT issues before and will sort out your web link, put together your home office, get rid of the virus and locate your damaged information promptly, expertly and, in most situations, with no need of separating you and your computer.
Picnic Point Historical Note:
Picnic Point is located 23 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Bankstown. Picnic Point is part of the South Western Sydney region and is a residential suburb on the northern bank of the Georges River.
The name Picnic Point was given to the geographical feature (point) on the Georges River. The suburb was originally part of East Hills.
Picnic Point National Park, during World War Two was the location for a remote receiving station, and operations bunker that was owned and operated by the RAAF. There were two other facilities in Bankstown and Bass Hill. The Picnic Point remote receiving station in now located under the Transgrid South Sydney electricity sub station.
There are two schools – Picnic Point High School and Picnic Point Public School. There are a number of parks and picnic areas located along the river including the Georges River National Park.