Every one of Mobile Geeks IT technicians come preloaded with a lot of industry expertise and education and their references are typically cross examined using their ex – bosses in our town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians and most of Home Office staff that book working day duties happen to be Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This is the reason why each time you select our computer repair services you won’t have to be undergo useless waiting times mainly because someone didn’t know the exact neighborhood of your suburb as well as nearness to other points and won’t require to waste time on the smartphone clarifying your street address. Moreover, you wonrrrt have to lose your spare time hoping for the Geeks to decide where to find your office or family home and where they should park the Geek mobile. Our guys understand their responsibilities and realize how to reach you in the most efficient manner. We’ll offer you any kind of Computer Repairs needs. Whether it be cord-less network setup, e-mail Server set up , Virus Removal, Firewall system, Internet Security or back-up and recovery service, Mobile Geeks will always make IT easy. Our skilled computer repair technicians have sorted out most IT issues before and they will improve your internet connection, install your home office, eliminate the virus and find your deleted files without delay, expertly and, most commonly, without the need of separating you and your personal computer.

Queens Park Historical Note:

Queens Park is located 6 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Waverly Council. Queens Park is an eastern suburb of Sydney and its postcode is 2022.

Queens Park was named after the park of the same name on its southern border. It is situated east of the park and the suburb known as Centennial Park; Bondi Junction is to the south, Randwick to the north and is west of Charing Cross and Waverly.

Queens Park was originally part of the Sydney common and later the Lachlan Swamps Water Reserve. Today this large urban park is part of the Centennial Parklands. In 1887 it was dedicated with Centennial Park. The park is surrounded on three sides by houses, those on the Eastern side are from the Victorian Era and those to the north and southern sides are mostly federation style buildings.

In 1992 the suburbs name was officially recognised.