Track down your lost super

Finding $20 in your pocket is always great but imagine finding thousands in super that you had lost track of. 

How super goes missing

If you’ve ever changed your name, address or job, chances are you have super in a few accounts you’ve lost track of. This means your lost or unclaimed super is either:

  1. With the ATO

    your super fund might have transferred your super to the ATO where it currently isn’t growing, or;

  2. Still with your super fund

    they’re holding onto your super and their fees are still eating into your super balance.

Keeping track of your super

There's a few things you can do to keep your super in sight and in mind.

  1. Stay in touch with your super fund

    Update your details if you move house or change your name.

  2. Consolidate your super*

    It’s easy to search and consolidate your super online.

All your super in one place

One set of fees

Easier for you to manage

How to find your lost super

The SuperMatch function that allows members to consolidate their super funds and find lost super is temporarily suspended. Until further notice, you can’t consolidate your super or find lost super via your online account or your mobile app through AustralianSuper.

You can still consolidate your super by:

You can also find lost super and consolidate your super through the ATO online via myGov. For step by step instructions, visit

Not a member?

You can join AustralianSuper today, or you can start searching for your lost super by:  

  • logging into your myGov account linked to the ATO and click on Manage my super
  • calling the ATO lost super search line on 13 28 65 (and have your tax file number handy), or
  • visiting AUSfund and request a super search.

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Things to consider

Ask your super provider for information about fees or charges that may apply, or any other information about the effect a transfer may have on your benefits, such as insurance cover.

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