•  Low Admin Fees
  • Strong Long-term Returns2
  • Largest & Most Trusted3
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Helping you make the most of your super

Low admin fees1, profit to members, and top performance2 – they're just three of the ways we work in your best interests every day. Compare us against other funds and see the difference we can make.

Putting your best interests first

long term performance

Strong, long-term performance

When you compare super funds, look at long-term performance history, not just how the fund is performing today. AustralianSuper’s Balanced investment option has provided members with strong long-term returns over the last 7, 10 and 20 years2.

Competitive fees

As Australia’s largest, most trusted3 super fund, we use our size and scale as one of the 20 largest pension funds globally5 to secure competitive fees and costs – meaning less is taken from your super balance so you could benefit from additional returns.

member first

A proudly member-first fund

As an industry super fund we don’t pay dividends or profits to shareholders, instead that money goes back into the fund for the benefit of members. We focus on providing strong, long term performance2, to benefit you and over 3 million members6.

See how we compare

How your super fund performs over the long-term can make a big difference to your money for retirement. We focus on what that performance means for the net benefit of your super. See why choosing a top performing fund2 could help you grow your money for the retirement you want. The table below shows how the net benefit of AustralianSuper’s Balanced option compares to others.

Net Benefit – Super
Over 5 years Over 10 years Over 15 years
AustralianSuper Balanced option $20,772 $83,835 $126,778
All super funds (average) $15,999 $66,955 $103,731
Retail super funds (average) $13,646 $56,333 $79,183

* Net benefit refers to investment earnings to 31 December 2022 (less administration, investment fees and costs, transaction costs and taxes). Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

The table shows what a member would have for 5, 10 and 15 years to 31 December 2022, in addition to a $50,000 starting balance and employer contributions, assuming they started with a $50,000 annual salary7.

Compare us against 200 other funds

Keen to see how our performance, fees, insurance and other member benefits stack up against other funds? Use the free Super AppleCheck comparison tool provided by independent research firm ChantWest.

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