Computer Repairs St Peters

Mobile Geeks is the leading computer repairs and managed IT solutions company in St Peters. We make IT easy with our onsite IT support and computer repairs so you don’t have to worry about leaving your home or workplace.

If your PC is running slow or it has been infected with a virus, spyware or adware, contact our IT Geeks right away. We will get your device up and running in no time and will be able to help make your device run faster with some maintenance. Regular computer maintenance can allow us to detect issues before they get bigger and start impacting on your devices performance.

Our St Peters computer repair technicians also assist with new computer/laptop setups, Windows installations, software configuration, hardware replacements, email configuration & setup, slow internet diagnostics and many more computer services. Our computer technicians are equipped with extensive industry knowledge and experience so they will be able to fix your issue efficiently and quickly.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


Mobile Geeks provides mobile computer repairs and services 7 days a week.

For St Peters computer repair bookings, call 1300 883 021

St Peters Historical Note:

St Peters is a suburb in the inner west of Sydney is located 7 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD. St Peters was named by its association with St Peters Anglican Church, which was consecrated in 1838. St Peters is the third oldest Anglican church in Sydney and has been claimed to be the first church built in Australia using non-convict labour.

St Peters was described in the 1840s as one of the most fashionable and aristocratic suburbs of Sydney.

The railway station opened on the 15th October 1884 and the post office opened in October 1851.

In the 1870s, St Peters was an important brickmaking centre with a large brickworks on the site now known as Sydney Park. The brickworks are well known in paleontology for the discovery of a full, intact skeleton of a Paracyclotosaurus davidi in 1910, a prehistoric amphibian, and the only known species to have lived in Australia.

St Peters is the home of the Town and Country Hotel, immortalised in song by Slim Dusty. The southern Cross Hotel is located on the corner of Princes Highway and Canal Road. It also boasts the Olympic rings, used to decorate Sydney during the 2000 Olympics, which now adorn the entrance to a recycling centre at St Peters.

St Peters is now home to St Peters Public School, Sydney Indoor Climbing St Peters, St Peters Fruit World, Sample Coffee Pro Shop, Precinct 75, Banana Baby, Liquor Emporium, Knives and Stones and many more.

Suburbs surrounding St Peters include Sydenham, Enmore, Alexandria, Erskineville, Tempe and Mascot.