There are many moments in life when super plays its part. From starting your first job, to buying a home, or even planning your retirement, when your super moment arrives, it makes sense to be with a top long-term performer like AustralianSuper1.
When you’re with AustralianSuper, you’re with the largest2and most trusted3 super fund in Australia, looking after $299 billion in member assets for over 3.2 million members. Our ambition is to help all Australians to live well in retirement, so you can trust that whether you’re just starting out in the workforce, or already retired, we’ll be here to help you make the most of what’s yours.
Your future – in trusted hands
We use our size, scale and global reach to find the best investment opportunities to help you make the most of your super. Our expert global investment team manage $299 billion, with our Balanced Option ranked as a top performing super option in Australia over 10, 15 and 20 years1.
AustralianSuper Balanced investment option compared to the SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey - SR50 Balanced (60–76) Index to 30 June 2023. Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns. Returns from equivalent investment options of the ARF and STA super funds are used for periods before 1 July 2006.
AustralianSuper has a total of 3.26 million members and $299 billion in member assets as at 30 June 2023.
Readers Digest Most Trusted Brands – Superannuation category winner for 11 years running 2013-2023 according to research conducted by leading independent research agency Catalyst Research. Awards and ratings are only one factor to be taken into account when choosing a super fund.
AustralianSuper received the Canstar Outstanding Value Award for Superannuation in 2023, and Account Based Pension in 2023. Awards and ratings are only one factor to be taken into account when choosing a super fund canstar.com.au/star-rating reports/superannuation/
Before making a decision to combine your super, consider any fees or charges that may apply, and the effect a transfer may have on benefits in your other fund such as insurance cover. We recommend you consider seeking financial advice.