Super that ticks all the right boxes
When you join Aware Super, you’re not just joining one of Australia’s largest super funds. You’re also joining a profit-to-member fund, which means we put you first. So you’d expect our super accounts to tick all the right boxes – and they do.
- Low fees^1
- Choice of investment options
- Flexible insurance options
- Strong, long-term investment returns^2
- Access to expert financial advice
- Apps, tools and guidance to make super simpler
…and all from a global leader in responsible investment ownership, because you shouldn’t have to choose between doing well for yourself, and doing good for others.
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Where to next?
Keen to read up on the detail? The features and benefits of Aware Super membership are explained in full in our member booklets.
When it comes to an investment as big and as long-lasting as your super, you want to know you’re getting great value.
Super fees and costs
The fees you pay for your super can make a big difference to the retirement you get to enjoy. That’s why we keep our fees as low as possible.
The total annual fee (inclusive of admin and investment fees) for our Accumulation Fund Growth option is 1.10% p.a., the industry average is 1.43% p.a., Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey, March 2020, based on a $50,000 balance in a Growth option. ↩
The First State Super Growth option as sourced from the SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey for the SuperRatings SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index delivered a rolling 10 year return to 31 May 2020 of 7.77%. This is compared to the SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index median rolling 10 year return to 31 May 2020 of 7.13%. Returns are calculated net of investment fees, tax and implicit asset-based administration fees. The SR50 is an index of 50 super funds whereby each fund is assessed on criteria such as their size, history of returns and allocation of assets to growth assets between 60 -76 percent of the investment. This disclaimer is related to the First State Super accumulation product. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. ↩