All of Mobile Geeks IT techs come with many years of industry working experience as well as training courses and their recommendations are actually cross examined to their ex- bosses in our town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians along with most of Home Office staff that program regular activities happen to be Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This implies that if you request our computer repair services you shall not need to be put through unneeded waiting around times because a company was not sure the precise neighborhood of your suburb as well as proximity to some other neighborhoods and will not be obliged to waste time on the phone making clear your location. On top of that, you won’t need to fritter away your your time watching for your Geeks to see how to locate your workplace or house and where to park their Geek mobile. Our lads do understand their assignments plus can find you in a very most effective manner. We can easily aid you with all Computer Repairs needs. Whether it’s wire-less network fitting, email Hosting server set up , Pc virus Removing, Firewall software fitting, Internet Computer security or back-up and recovery care, Mobile Geeks can make IT easy. Each of our skilled computer repair technicians have taken care of nearly all IT challenges before and shall improve your internet connection, build your home office, remove the virus and get your lost files without delay, professionally and, more often than not, without any separating you and your personal pc.
Wentworth Point Historical Note:
Wentworth Point is located 16 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Auburn Council. Wentworth Point is on the western shore of Homebush Bay and on the southern side of the Parramatta River.
This area was once a part of the suburb of Homebush that in turn was named after Homebush Bay. Homebush was established by the colony’s then assistant surgeon D’arcy Wentworth in the 1800’s. Wentworth has been credited with having called the area his *Home in the bush* although there is also a place called Homebush in Kent, England.
In 1976 the northern part of the peninsula was gazetted as Wentworth Point. In 2009 the waterfront residential area was renamed Wentworth Point.
The area has been used for a number of industrial businesses including plywood manufacturer Ralph Simonds which used the Parramatta River as transport for large logs that were moored at Homebush Bay for processing.