|Elevation||43 m (141 ft)|
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Dromineer (Irish: Drom Inbhir, meaning "ridge of the river mouth") is a small village and townland in North Tipperary, Ireland. It is situated on the shores of Lough Derg on the River Shannon. The village is located 10 kilometres north of Nenagh on the R495 road. It is a civil parish in the historical barony of Ormond Lower.
Home to an ivy clad ruinous 13th-century Kennedy towerhouse, idyllic scenery, a public harbour and other facilities, it is a popular place to visit, especially for those boating on the lake. The name Dromineer in Irish is "Drom Inbhir", meaning the back or the ford of the river.
Amenities in Dromineer include restaurant and pub (The Whiskey Still), a bed and breakfast (Lough Derg House), a cafe(The Lake Cafe) and a children's playground.
The Lough Derg Way is a long-distance trail between Limerick City and Dromineer. It is designated as a National Waymarked Trail by the National Trails Office of the Irish Sports Council and is managed by Shannon Development, North Tipperary County Council and Tipperary Integrated Development Company. The trail was reconfigured and relaunched in 2011 with many sections taken off road aided by an investment of €115,000 under the Comhairle na Tuaithe Walks Scheme, which supports landowners to maintain trails that cross their land. The trail connects with the East Clare Way at Killaoe.
- Kildangan GAA is the local GAA club.
- Fishing is a popular activity on both the lake and the nearby Nenagh River from Nenagh Boat Club, Lough Derg Yacht Club and Shannon Sailing.
- Lough Derg Yacht Club, which is the twenty third-oldest yacht club in the world, and seventh oldest in Ireland having been founded in 1835 and one of two remaining yacht clubs with a fleet of Shannon-One-Design sailing dinghies, The North Shannon Yacht Club having folded.
- Irish Paramotoring Club
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- National Trails Office 2010, p. 39.
- "New look Lough Derg Way relaunched". Nenagh Guardian (Nenagh). 19 March 2011. p. 8.
- "Lough Derg Way Map" (pdf). Shannon Region Trails. Retrieved 2 August 2011.
- Water Club, Cork 1720, Lough Ree YC 1777, Royal Cork YC 1800, Royal Northern YC 1824, Royal North of Ireland YC 1827, Royal Irish YC 1831.