Cliffside Apartments, also know as Cliffside Flats, is a heritage-listed apartment block located at Kangaroo Point, Brisbane. In 1936, goldminer and New Guinea expatriate Doris Regina Booth (nee Wilde) commissioned Cliffside Flats in South Brisbane, designed by local architect Ronald Martin Wilson. Her sister, Selma Dore, oversaw the construction and photographed the site at various stages throughout the project. The apartment block was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 27 February 2004. This file comprises a DVD of high-resolution scans of 23 photographs, with proof sheet.