A new, undisclosed international fund took part in the raising, according to DGO.
The pricing is very close to recent trading levels.
DGO started the quarter with $29.4 million, having raised $28.6 million in September with a placement pricing new shares at $3.45 each.
Expenditure in the December period has included a $4 million investment in ASX-listed Yandal Resources.
DGO is a major shareholder in big gold exploration success story De Grey Mining, and has various other investments, plus exploration ground of its own.
Shares in DGO were down 4.5% to $2.82 in morning trade, capitalising the Melbourne-headquartered company at $165 million.