SA Gold Diggers Pty Ltd

'we want you for your gold'

Centrally located in the heart of Salisbury, South Australia, we make it fast & easy for you to sell your broken/damaged or unwanted gold or silver jewellery. We also buy gold or silver bullion,coins & nuggets etc.


 SA Gold Diggers is 100% South Australian owned & operated and one of the largest gold buyers in Adelaide.



We guarantee to pay the Best price for your gold content! We do not have gimmicks to get you into the store, what we advertise our buy price at, is what we pay! Please click on the price tab for our prices or call us!


No matter what condition your gold is in, your gold is worth the same price! 

For example: Bring us in a bangle, get a price from us and then chop it up in to many pieces, the price will be the same! We dont pay any less for broken or damaged gold, because it still weighs the same!


We also offer phone quotes! Ring us and tell us what carat gold you have, how many grams and we will give you a price over the phone!  (Please note that we do not buy copper filled or plated gold jewellery)


We use the latest XRF X-ray testing machine, which delivers an individual accurate reading of the gold content of your item and does not harm or mark the item in any way unlike other tests such as .the scratch tesr'


Pawn broking service on gold or silver only 10% interest per month!


We now offer a pawnbroking service on any gold or silver items charging Adelaide's CHEAPEST interest rate from only 5%  No membership fees or hidden cost *Must have photo I.D & be over 18 years of age.


We specialise in:                                            

  • Gold Bullion
  • Silver Bullion
  • Gold granules
  • Silver granules
  • Jewellery in any condition
  • Gold & silver coins
  • Gold nuggets              




Assay: Is a test that determines the purity of metals
Alloy: A mixture of metals. Refined gold is usually an alloy containing a small amount of some other metals.
Bullion: Refined gold that is at least 99.5% pure. Refined gold usually comes in bars, wafers, coins, or ingots.
GoldA precious metal that does not oxidize or tarnish and is very malleable. Gold is alloyed with other metals like silver, copper, or nickel to make it harder. The ratio of gold to other metals is what denotes the carat content.
Gold Filled (GF): Jewellery or an item with a sheet of gold applied to the surface. Newer items contain markings that indicate how much and what type of gold was used in the layer. Example: a marking of 1/20 14kt GF means that the piece is at least 1/20 14kt gold by weight. SA Gold Diggers do not buy gold filled pieces.
Gold Plated (GP): A layer of gold is applied to a base metal, usually by electroplating (GEP). This is usually a very thin layer, which is likely to wear quickly. Jewellery may also be heavily gold plated (HGP) in which gold is applied to a base metal in the same way but with a thicker layer. SA Gold Diggers do not buy Gold Plated (GP), Gold Electroplated, or Heavily Gold Plated (HGP) items.
Hallmark: Mark or stamp on an item that identifies the gold content.
Carat (kt or ct): The measure of fineness of gold equal to 1/24 parts. Pure gold is 24 karat gold, 18kt gold is 18/24 gold, 14kt gold is 14/24 gold and so on.
Platinum (Pt or Plat): The rarest of the 3 precious metals. It is harder than gold or silver and very dense, making it more durable for jewelry. Platinum has a whiter color than silver and it’s resistant to tarnish.
Rose Gold: Also known as pink gold, gold with a pink tinge.
Sterling Silver (925): Sterling is a silver with a fineness of 925 parts per thousand or 92.5% silver and 75 parts per thousand or 7.5% copper. Copper is added to alloy to increase silvers hardness.
White Gold: An alloy of gold made with nickel or palladium. It is brighter and whiter than silver due to the nickel content.