If you haven't chosen a super fund your employer must pay your super into a MySuper fund.
You can find more information about a MySuper fund in the 'product dashboard' or on a super fund's website. You can also find detailed information about a MySuper fund in the product disclosure statement (PDS).
When you search for MySuper funds in the table below you can filter results by choosing:
- Single diversified investment strategy – this fund offers a mix of investments that stay the same over time.
- Life cycle strategy – this fund moves your money from growth investments when you're young to more conservative investments when you're older.
- Public offer funds – anyone can access.
- Private funds – only available to people from a specific employer.
Once you've filtered the table, you can sort the results by fees, return targets or risk level.
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About the MySuper funds list
The data in this table is drawn from the latest published information provided by super funds to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). See APRA's Quarterly MySuper Statistics June 2020 edition for more detailed information.