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Dinmore – Suburb Profile

Dinmore, a small suburb on the Brisbane to Ipswich railway, is eight km north-east of central Ipswich. The origin of its name is from a village called ‘Hope Under Dinmore’ in the UK. Dinmore does not boast much in the way of amenities, although it does offer one school. Neighbouring areas cater for the small population, providing schools, shops and recreational facilities. Dinmore is an area bound to expand and develop.There were several large collieries and pottery works in and beyond the present suburb which, during their lives, were described as being in Dinmore. An early coal mine, the Old Aberdare (1870) west of Six Mile Creek, was opened by Lewis Thomas of nearby Blackstone. The New Chum colliery, begun in 1882, was assisted by a spur railway line south from Dinmore railway station. In the 1880s the Dinmore potteries were opened, by when there was a surveyed township and a Baptist church. The railway station was named Dinmore in 1884, a post office was opened the next year and a primary school was opened in 1891. Numerous additional coal mines, brickworks and potteries came into production, and the post office directory in 1949 recorded the Belmont, New Aberdare, Rhonnda, Rylance and Whitwood collieries in the district defined as Dinmore, along with the Dinmore, Hudson and Rylance pottery/brickworks.

The closure of most of the extractive industries was followed by the severance of new suburbs from Dinmore: Riverview, formerly Moggil Ferry, to the east and New Chum to the south. The Ipswich Historical Society’s heritage centre is in Redbank Plains Road, New Chum. In Dinmore itself, there is an industrial area adjoining Aberdare Street and Pottery Road. The old Dinmore Baptist church (1895) has been rebuilt as a church and community centre for the local Murri population.

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