Computer Repairs Warriewood

Mobile Geeks is Warriewoods leading computer repairers. We service residents and businesses in Warriewood without any call out fees so you can save travel time and spend more time at the beach.

Our Warriewood computer repair technicians can do everything computer and IT related including Windows installations, data migrations, software installations, printer/scanner setups, internet security setup & maintenance, hardware replacements and many more services. Our technicians will explain the processes and steps to you in plain English so you understand and they are also available to give advice, tips and tricks so if you have any questions, ask away!

We are also able to help you protect your data by setting up a data backup system that is to your preference whether that be through the cloud or via a hard drive. If you have already lost some data or you’ve accidentally deleted some important files, we can also help you retrieve it. Our Geeks are here to provide hassle free solutions for your computer and IT problems.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


Mobile Geeks provide on-site computer repairs and services to Warriewood and the Northern Beaches 7 days a week.

For Warriewood and Northern Beaches computer repair bookings, call 1300 883 021 or book online now!

Warriewood Historical Note:

Warriewood is located 26 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Pittwater Council and is a part of the Northern Beaches region.

Warriewood has been named after the Warriewood Estate owned by Henry F Halloran that was subdivided in 1906. Henry had purchased the estate from the McPherson family.

Warriefood is now home to United Cinemas, Warriewood Square shopping centre, Arcare Warriewood Aged Care, Autobarn Warriewood, Swish Furniture & Homewares, Flower Power, Pizza Capanna, Eleven11 Cafe, The Beaches Market, Pittwater Golf Centre and many more businesses. There is also the Catholic high school Mater Maria Catholic College.

The Warriewood Valley was chosen by the NSW State Government as a potential land release area and rezoned it for housing development and associated infrastructure. The rezoning and development of the valley area has lead to the cleaning up of wetlands and water bodies with water management techniques applied to deal with any flooding.