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- Brickfielder, the hot wind, takes its name from Brickfield Hill
- Devonshire Street Cemetery, incorrectly known as Brickfield Hill Cemetery as it was located in this area.
- Wilkes, G.A. 1978. A Dictionary of Australian Colloquialisms Fontana. ISBN 0-00-635719-9
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