Dinsdale is a suburb of Hamilton and is located about four kilometres west of central Hamilton.
The Hamilton area contained many Māori villages prior to the Treaty of Waitangi. After the treaty was signed, European settlement rapidly developed in the area. In 1877 Hamilton became a borough, or self-functioning town, and eventually became a city in 1945, leading to great suburban sprawl around the area. Dinsdale itself was mostly developed in more recent years.
Today Dinsdale is largely a residential suburb with most homes on the hillside commanding views across the city. Many residents commute between Dinsdale and Hamilton for work and the suburb is popular with families. Bremworth Park provides walking, picnic and sporting opportunities, and the suburb is also close to Raglan Beach.
Dinsdale is close to a range of amenities including a supermarket, pharmacy, petrol station, post office, bookstore and medical centre. Further amenities and entertainment venues are available in nearby central Hamilton.
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