Heeswijk-Dinther is a residence and former municipality in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant. It is named after the - grew-grown villages of Heeswijk and Dinther. The town of Heeswijk-Dinther counted in 2016, 7,985 inhabitants. This places the place on Heesch after, Bernheze's largest residential area.
Until 1969, Heeswijk and Dinther were separate municipalities (in the last years before the merger with the same mayor). In 1969 these villages were merged with a part of Loosbroek to the municipality of Heeswijk-Dinther. The villages of Heeswijk and Dinther, as well as the municipalities, were merged into the main town of Heeswijk-Dinther. In 1993 Heeswijk-Dinther was reopened as a town and village and the villages of Heeswijk, Dinther and Loosbroek were housed in the municipality of Bernheze, together with the villages of Heesch, Nistelrode and Vorstenbosch. As a whole, it is still spoken of as Heeswijk-Dinther. Since 2017, Heeswijk-Dinther is officially once again in place.