All of Mobile Geeks IT consultants come preloaded with a lot of industry practical experience and training and their references are often cross checked on their earlier managers in our city. Mobile Geeks computer technicians along with all of Head Office team that plan daily duties are actually Sydneysiders and know this city by heart. This means that if you request our computer repair services you’ll not be put through avoidable waiting times merely because somebody didn’t know the specific neighborhood of your suburb and its nearness to other locations and will not be compelled to spend time on the telephone clarifying your house address. Likewise, you simply won’t need to waste your time hoping for the Geeks to determine how to locate your office or family home and locations to park their Geek mobile. All the people know their tasks as well as understand how to reach you with most efficient manner. We can aid you with any Computer Repairs needs. Whether a wireless network installation, mail Hosting server set up , Virus Removing, Firewall fitting, Internet Security and safety or back-up and recovery assistance, Mobile Geeks can really make IT easy. Our knowledgeable computer repair technicians have resolved many of IT issues before and shall treat your web connection, set-up your home office, eliminate the virus and locate your vanished files quickly, expertly and, in most situations, without the need of separating you and your personal pc.

Punchbowl Historical Note:

Punchbowl is located 17 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is part of the local government area of both the City of Bankstown and the City of Canterbury. Punchbowl is a part of the south western Sydney region

Punchbowl has been named for the circular valley actually located in the nearby suburb of Belfield that is called *The Punch Bowl*. This feature also gave name to Punch Bowl Road (now Punchbowl Road)

George Faulkener built an inn close to the corner of Liverpool Road he named the Punch and Bowl. In 1909 when the railways station opened just a few kilometres away from the *Punch Bowl* itself, the surrounding suburb took on the name Punchbowl.

In the 1920’s and 1930’s Punchbowl was a higher class suburb with a number of popular theatres that were demolished years later.

Punchbowl has a relatively small shopping centre which thrived till the nearby complexes of Bankstown Square and Roselands opened.