Computer Repairs Manly

Mobile Geeks is one of Sydney’s best computer repairs and managed IT service providers servicing Manly. Mobile Geeks have been taking care of all the computer repair needs in Manly for over a decade. Over time, we have delivered a large selection of computer repairs services to the Northern Beaches area including printer setups, blue screen of death (BSoD) diagnostics, virus removals on computers, laptops and Macbooks, computer formatting, hardware upgrades, software installation and maintenance, internet connection diagnostics and firewall installation & setup. For businesses looking for managed IT services, we offer remote IT support, remote offsite backups, business server setup & support, managed internet connection services, email exchange support, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and Office 365 management.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


Mobile Geeks are offering onsite computer repairs and remote managed IT services to Manly and the Northern Beaches 7 days a week.

Have an enquiry about our services or what we can do for your business?

Call us at 1300 883 021 or fill in our booking request.

Manly Historical Note:

Manly is located  17 kilometres north east of the Sydney central business district. After being in the local government area of the Manly Council, it has now merged to become part of the Northern Beaches Council.

Manly was named for the indigenous people living there by Captain Arthur Phillip. *Their confidence and manly behaviour made me give the name of Manly Cove to this place*

Manly was one of Australia’s most popular sea side holiday destinations during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It has been reported that Manly Beach was the place where the restrictions on daylight sea bathing were challenged. William Gocher dressed in full neck to knee swam at midday and was escorted from the water by the police, though not charged. In 1903 Manly Council allowed daylight bathing as long as a full neck to knee was worn. During the first official bathing season 17 people drowned, a year later the Manly Life Saving Club was formed.