Providing members with better retirement outcomes
We have a range of different super products
5 things you can do now to get your super started
As one of Australia’s largest super funds UniSuper offers a range of benefits
No matter what stage of life you are at, we are here to help.
Compare UniSuper with other super and pension funds
Get your super together and you could save in fees.
Extra super contributions could pay off over the long term.
5 things you can do to help you grow your super.
Boost your joint retirement income with a spouse account.
Nominate who benefits from your super when you die.
TTR lets you access your super while you're working
Understanding how much you'll need to retire comfortably
5 things you can do now to help you plan for retirement
Professional help for your finances
Frequently asked questions
Important information about pensions
All about our pensions’ features and benefits
Things you can do as you leave the workforce or wind back your work hours
Answers to commonly asked retirement questions
Find out how our investment options have performed
Information about the fundamentals of investing
Your guide to choosing and managing your investment options
Information about the team trusted to manage your super
The beliefs that guide how we invest your money
Find out what’s happening in investment markets each month.
All about receiving personal financial advice and what to expect
Information about receiving financial advice through UniSuper
Commonly asked questions about receiving personal financial advice
Call or email us to find out how we can help you
A list of our seminars and webinars available for members
Watch one of our tutorials online
A list of important websites
Information to help you understand topics related to super and retirement.
A list of definitions related to super
UniSuper members can automatically receive insurance cover
Insurance cover can give some financial support in difficult times
You may be able to get income protection cover through UniSuper
Insurance isn’t always just about cover for when times get tough
You may be able to transfer cover to UniSuper
Past performance is not an indicator of future performance. Returns are after fund taxes and investment expenses but before account-based fees. Members should be aware that the returns applied to their account will depend on the investment option(s) they invest in, the period of time they were invested in the option(s), and the timing of cash flows into and out of their account. Note that the graph uses interim daily crediting rates and does not reflect the final crediting rates which are used to calculate option performance in the table above.
Learn about our 15 investment options.
Find out more about our super investment options and how they’ve performed. You can also compare performance and see each investment option’s holdings.
Find out more about our pension investment options and how they’ve performed. You can also compare performance and see each investment option’s holdings.
See our largest holdings, aggregated across the Fund, for each asset class.
Understanding how asset classes work and perform can help you wisely invest your super or pension...
To ensure we’re achieving our investment aims and remain competitive in the market, we objectively measure how we’re performing.
We use crediting rates to calculate investment returns in your super or pension account.
We aim to keep our fees and costs competitive. We don’t pay commissions to agents nor do we pay shareholder dividends. This means you pay less to enjoy the benefits of being a UniSuper member.