Dog park, Dinmore, 2010
|Population||875 (2016 census)|
|LGA(s)||City of Ipswich|
Dinmore is a suburb of the City of Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Dinmore had a population of 875 people. According to the 2016 Australian Census the Dinmore unemployment rate was 16.7%, in comparison to the Australian unemployment rate of 6.9%.
On 16 April 1887 auctioneer R.J. Cottell offered 140 suburban blocks in the Dinmore Township Estate. The estate was split by the Ipswich railway line into two sections. The section to the north of the railway line was bounded by the railway line to the south, Earl Street to the west, the Warrego Highway to the north and the River Road to the east. The section to the south of the railway line is bounded by the railway line to the north, River Road to the east, Brisbane Road to the south (to its intersection with Robert Street). The Dinmore railway station was to the immediate east of the estate.
St.Matthew's Anglican Church was dedicated circa 1915 and closed circa 1989.
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 centre 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 Queensland Rail City network 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.
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- Dinmore State School (1966), Diamond jubilee celebration of the Dinmore State School on Saturday, 3rd September, 1966 : 1891-1966, Dinmore State School Parents and Citizens Association
- Dinmore State School Centenary 1891-1991, Ipswich QLD West Moreton Print Production Unit, 1991
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