Heeswijk-Dinther (population: 7,985) is a town and former municipality in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant being named after the former municipalities Heeswijk and Dinther. The municipality was created in 1969, and became a part of Bernheze in 1994. Likewise, the town itself consisted of the former villages of Heeswijk and Dinther, which have grown together. After the merger into Bernheze, the town has been split up into Heeswijk and Dinther again. In 2008 the town was registered with the government as a single town. Only in 2017, the town is officially called Heeswijk-Dinther.
The municipality of Dinther included the town of Loosbroek.
- Heeswijk Castle
- Abbey of Berne
- Open air theatre the Kersouwe
- Castle Huize Zwanenburg, is a medieval fortified building from the 14th century
- Ad van der Meer and Onno Boonstra, "Repertorium van Nederlandse gemeenten", KNAW, 2006. 
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