Since our inception in 1931 and continuing to the present day the JAA works nationally to represent and protect the interests of the jewellery industry and its consumers. With a current membership of around 650 outlets and the median length of membership being 19 years, the JAA covers all areas of the jewellery industry – from manufacturing, wholesaling, distribution to retail.
The JAA is proud to promote the highest standards and ethics within the Australian jewellery industry. Each of our members adheres to the JAA Code of Conduct, showing their commitment to the industry, its clients, and to excellence.
Trust is a key part of consumer confidence and providing a Code of Conduct by which our members must adhere enhances this trust between business to business and business to consumer.
'Advancing the Australian jewellery industry through representation, unity and consumer confidence'.
'To continue to be the united voice of the Australian jewellery industry'.
1. We create unity and collaboration through a preparedness to work with all stakeholders for the benefit and progression of the jewellery industry
Code of Conduct
Developed in 2009 for the entire jewellery industry, the JAA Jewellery Industry Code of Conduct sets Code signatories apart from other jewellers. The Code sets out the highest standards currently available in the jewellery industry and ensures maximum protection of jewellery buying consumers. All JAA members are required to be Code signatories.
The Jewellers Association of Australia acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.