Golden Green offers a simple and convenient service that enables you to convert unwanted gold and silver into cash either in-store or via our express mail-in service.
Golden Green is one of Australia’s largest specialist gold buyer. With 13 locations in Victoria and a long history of gold buying, Golden Green offers you the most convenient, trusted, & transparent way to turn unwanted jewellery & gold into cash.
We understand that you may feel nervous about posting your gold, which is why we hold your hand every step of the way.
Golden Green Express offers a simple and convenient 4-step process that enables you to convert unwanted gold into cash via the mail.
Golden Green’s Express Mail-in service offers you a convenient and secure way to sell gold you no longer want – broken gold jewellery, gold coins, or anything else that is wholly or partly gold and all in 4 easy steps.
ABOUT GOLDEN GREEN
Golden Green is one of Australia’s largest specialist gold buyer. With 13 locations in Victoria and a long history of gold buying, Golden Green offers you the most convenient, trusted, and transparent way to turn your unwanted gold into cash.
We understand that you may feel nervous about selling your gold, which is why we hold your hand every step of the way. You’ll speak directly to one of our local friendly consultants who will share the gold buying journey with you – they will be your contact throughout the entire process.
GoldenGreen’s clear objective is enhancing sustainability. We do this actively promoting the recyclability of your unwanted gold and silver jewellery. This therefore enables gold and silver to be recycled back into the various industries which may in turn help reduce the overall need to mine for these metals and help minimise the production of toxic waste.
Uncontrolled mining pollution has a literal ripple effect. Mine waste, heavy metals and acidic water often end up in streams and rivers. Mining has polluted the headwaters of more than 40 percent of Western watersheds, according to the EPA. In 2017, metals mines generated nearly 2 billion pounds of toxic waste.