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1 London Road
Mile End
South Australia 5031

Tel +61 8 8234 1804
Fax +61 8 8234 1790
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Buyer’s Premium
An industry low 13.2% buyer’s premium (inclusive of G.S.T) is applicable on the hammer price for in room bidding. For on-line bidding the industry standard 22% (inclusive of G.S.T) is applicable. It will be clearly indicated, both in our catalogues and announced prior to the start of the auction, to remind prospective purchasers.


All privately entered items are exempt from the Australian Goods and Services Tax, which is charged at 10%. GST is generally only applicable at auctions where the items for sale are owned by a business, such as a corporate art collection. When GST is applicable, it will be clearly indicated in our catalogues.

Payment methods
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners. Cheques (with suitable identification) and cash are a payment alternative. Unless other arrangements are made with us, all payments must be finalised by the end of the auction day or during the business day immediately following. You can pay during the auction, however you will have to wait until completion of the auction before collecting your items. For on-line bidding, please avail yourself of our payment methods.

Self Managed Superannuation Funds

We are happy to provide assistance and advice for investment purchases for your self managed superannuation fund. Please contact us for more information.

Latest News
27-Nov-2019 A Very Rare Event Indeed

du Plessis Auctions have once again written auction history, with their 3rd "White Glove" auction in a single year. In industry terms, a "White Glove Auction" is one in which 100% of an auction sells under the hammer. It is a very rare event, with Sotheby's which was founded in 1744, recording their 1st such event in September 2015. The contents of a fine College Park residence was auctioned by du Plessis Auctions resulting in a 100% clearance rate, and further cementing them as the premium property contents specialists.

Auctioneer, Marc du Plessis says "To be an auctioneer that conducts one white glove auction in their career is a really special milestone. This year has been a dream for me with my third in one year alone. What can I say... I had the best teacher possible, my father".

Marc has been in the family business for 33 years, and stepped up to the rostrum full-time in September 2016, to become du Plessis' principal auctioneer. Since wielding the gavel in this short period of time, he has broken auction World Records and now placed himself amongst a very elite group of auctioneers worldwide.