Computer Repairs Regents Park

If you’re experiencing any computer or IT difficulties and you live or work in Regents Park, contact Mobile Geeks. We bring our Geeks to you, offering mobile computer repair servicing so you don’t have to sacrifice a huge amount of your day travelling.

Our Regents Park computer repair technicians were all chosen based on their extensive industry expertise and unmatched customer service skills. Whether you need assistance setting up and configuring an efficient backup method or you want all your business’ IT managed, Mobile Geeks can take care of it. Our Regents Park technicians are highly skilled at upgrading hardware, installing NBN, setting up remote access, setting up and maintaining internet security, removing computer malware and many other computer repairs. We can resolve any computer, laptop, wireless internet and IT issue so do not hesitate to call our Geeks.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


Mobile Geeks provides on-site computer repairs and managed IT services to Regents Park 7 days a week.

Contact our friendly Geeks at 1300 883 021 or complete our booking request and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Regents Park Historical Note:

Regents Park is located 22 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Auburn Council and is part of the western Sydney area.

The suburb has been named after a local property that had been named Regents Park in 1879. The property was owned by Mr Peck and Mr Johnson who named it after Regents Park in the north west of London in the United Kingdom

The area was part of a land grant given to Joseph Potts. In 1880 the first subdivision was made. In 1899 the suburbs first school opened, it was named Potts Hill School. In 1907 the name changed to Sefton Park School when the area became known as Sefton Park. The school’s name was changed again in 1929 this time to Regents Park School. In 1914 the railway station opened as regents Park, but the site was changed in 1924 when the line connected Bankstown and Lidcombe.