|LGA(s)||City of Ipswich|
|State electorate(s)||Electoral district of Bundamba|
The origin of the suburb name is from a village called Hope under Dinmore in Herefordshire, England. Dinmore is situated in the crossroads area of, and is basically bordered by, the Ipswich Motorway, The Cunningham Highway, and The Warrego Highway. Brisbane Road, the main street leading to the nearby Historical City of Ipswich, runs through the middle of Dinmore. Many of the locals call Dinmore the gateway to the city, because it is at the entrance way to Ipswich. As well as being the entrance to Brisbane from the west. Brisbane road, in Dinmore, has a few shops and restaurants, with main shopping areas in nearby Booval and Redbank. Dinmore is only minutes from the city, but still has the feel of a rural suburb,with parks and green spaces throughout.
Dinmore railway station provides access to regular Citytrain services to Brisbane, Ipswich and Rosewood via Ipswich. As well, regular bus services are available throughout. Dinmore Train station provides a HUB for commuters coming from the Warrego Highway. A New car park recently built at the station allows for a substantial access point for driving commuters.
- Dinmore State School closed December 2009 (3)
- St Peter Clavier Catholic College
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