Computer Repairs Emu Plains

If you’re looking for IT managed services or computer repairs in Emu Plains, Mobile Geeks can help. Our Geeks come to you whether that be your home or office in Emu Plains, with no call out fees.

Services we offer include: slow computer and laptop inspections, wireless networking configuration, computer and laptop virus removal, data backup, data recovery, printer setup, computer networking setup, RAM installation, software health checks, and many more computer repairs. Our Emu Plains computer technicians are trained not only on their computer repair skills but also on their customer service skills so we can ensure you’re getting good service.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


Mobile Geeks offers onsite expert, guaranteed and outstanding computer repairs, servicing Emu Plains 7 days a week.

Dial a geek now at 1300 883 021 or simply fill in our booking request.

Emu Plains Historical Note:

Emu Plains is located 58 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is under the local area government of the City of Penrith

What we now call Emu plains was once home to the Darug and Gandangara people whose land extended into the Blue Mountains. The first British explorers to survey the land named it Emu Island after Emu’s they saw there; mistakenly believing the land was an island on the Nepean River. It was first called Emu Plains in 1814 when William Cox started building his road over the Blue Mountains from there. A convict labour farm was built in 1819 but it was closed in 1832 with the establishment of the village of Emu Plains.

Emu Plains sits located at the foot of the Blue Mountains on the western side of the Nepean River. Emu Plains Market is a popular place to go to in the area and offers a variety of fresh flowers and plants, vintage goods, crafty supplies, gourmet food and drinks and many more. Other stores and places to visit in Emu Plains include the Arms of Australia Inn Museum, River Road Reserve, O’Donoghues Irish Pub and Knapsack Viaduct.