Computer Repairs Kirkham

Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repair company servicing Kirkham. Our Geeks come to you, offering you onsite computer repairs and IT managed services to your office or home in Kirkham.

If your desktop isn’t powering on or you can’t send or receive emails, it’s time to get Mobile Geeks on the phone. Our IT Geeks can assist with email exchange support, malware removals, computer troubleshooting, HDD & SDD installation, data retrievals, computer formatting, data backups, Office 365 setup & management and many other computer repairs and IT services. With over 10 years in the industry, we have provided many computer repairs to Kirkham, assisting many individuals and businesses.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


Mobile Geeks provide onsite professional, guaranteed and friendly computer repairs, servicing Kirkham seven days a week.

Call 1300 883 021 to speak to our Geeks now.

Kirkham Historical Note:

Kirkham is a suburb of the Macarthur Region of Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia in Camden Council. The suburb is largely undeveloped at present and possibly will remain so since much of it is on low-lying flood-prone land.

The area now known as Kirkham was originally home to the Muringong, southernmost of the Darug people. In 1805 John Macarthur established his property at Camden where he raised merino sheep. In 1810, explorer John Oxley was granted 600 acres (2.4 km2) nearby, which he named Kirkham.

In the 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics Census, the suburb of Kirkham had a population of 655 people. Like other suburbs in the Camden area, the people are very homogenous with 84% Australian born and the only other countries of birth greater than 1% being England (5%) and Scotland (2%).

Kirkham is part of the north ward of Camden Council. The suburb is contained within the federal electorate of Macarthur, represented by former ultra-marathon runner Pat Farmer (Liberal), and the state electorate of Camden, currently held by former mayor Geoff Corrigan (Labor).