Computer Repairs Camden

Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repairer in Camden. We bring our geeks to you, offering you mobile computer repairs and IT managed support services to your office or home in Camden. Our Camden computer technicians can audit your IT systems, upgrade your hardware and software, remove viruses from your computer or laptop, perform data backups, setup wireless networking and provide many more computer repair services. We can assist with all of your computer repair needs efficiently, confidently and with good attitude.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


Mobile Geeks deliver on-site experienced, guaranteed and helpful computer repairs to Camden seven days a week.

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Camden Historical Note:

Camden is located 65 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD and is the administrative centre for the local government area of Camden Council.

The area now known called Camden was historically at the northern edge of land belonging to the Gandangara people of the Southern Highlands. The historical owners of the land called it Benkennie meaning ‘dry land’. European explorers first discovered the area in 1795 and named it ‘Cowpastures’ after a herd of cattle that had gone mission was was eventually found there. In  1805, As Macarthur’s wool industry grew, local residents lobbied for the establishment of a town in the area to enable easy access to support the industry.  In 1834, it was finally decideded for the land to be  subdivided and the first lots in the new town of Camden went on sale.. By 1883, the population of Camden had grown to over 300.Camden south. Camden South is a Sydney suburb of the Macarthur Region of Sydney.

The area is the historical home of  Muringong, southernmost of the Darug people and the Gandangara people of the Southern Highlands. In 1805, wool pioneer John Macarthur was given 5,000 acres at what was then known as Cowpastures (now Camden). After he had had the land cleared, he  used it for farming. It remained an agricultural area for most of the next 200 years until Sydney’s suburban sprawl finally reached the town of Camden.