Best Retail Superannuation Funds in New South Wales Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong

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Future Super
  • Award Winner 2022
  • 2021
4.9 from 736 reviews

Latest review: I myself want to switch everyday things to help the planet and lower my contribution to negatives. This is a simple step. Hassle free, easy, and makes you feel

  • Transparency
    4.8 (425)
  • Customer Service
    4.8 (433)
  • Rates and Fees
    4.7 (348)
Verve Super
  • Award Winner 2021
4.9 from 181 reviews

Latest review: I've been trying to make some banking and investment changes to be more ethical, and that's when I looked up Verve . I was immediately drawn to their obviously progressive ethos, and knew they were

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    4.9 (155)
  • Customer Service
    5.0 (155)
  • Rates and Fees
    4.7 (126)
Australian Ethical Super
4.3 from 217 reviews

Investing in parts of the economy that are beneficial to the planet, people, and animals, Australian Ethical Super can help you make a positive social and environmental impact with your super fund.

Helpful customer service
Great returns
Simple to sign up
  • Transparency
    4.2 (102)
  • Customer Service
    3.9 (104)
  • Rates and Fees
    4.0 (84)
Superestate
4.8 from 23 reviews

Latest review: Can't say enough how much I love this super fund. Having half my super invested in residential property buoyed me through the worst of the market falls of the pandemic meaning my super performed way

Spaceship
3.6 from 153 reviews

Latest review: To say I'm disappointed would be an understatement. Our portfolio took a hit with the economy - everyone did - but spaceship TANKED. My ETFS are down 5%, and spaceship is down 50%. I don't know HOW

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Crescent Wealth
4.8 from 20 reviews

Latest review: Very good customer service. Very helpful. The agents were very nice. They have great ethics and good communication approaches. Always keep the customers updated with their policy and regulations.

FairVine
5.0 from 5 reviews

Latest review: I had a number of Super from previous employers that I have been looking to consolidate. FairVine made the process convenient and stress-free for me. FairVine's customer-care is excellent and

Commonwealth Bank Essential Super

Latest review: Have been with essential super for years and now I realised there is not much returns at all. Really bad investments and way too much fee to justify what they are

ING Living Super
1.7 from 60 reviews

Latest review: As I was with ING direct banking, I thought I would transfer my small super fund over to them. Big mistake. The fees have chewed it all away, so now there is no money in there. Very

Colonial First State
1.5 from 111 reviews

Latest review: The most terrible super funds company I have ever had. Their customer service is very unfriendly and unprofessional without any care for their customers who trust them for long

Slate Super
4.0 from 4 reviews

Latest review: As soon as I signed up with the fund they totally emptied my super account I can’t believe I got scammed they seemed like a legitimate company but it is nothing more then a s

Asgard
1.4 from 97 reviews

Latest review: Shows Asgard is seriously mishandling our financial futures and retirements by mismanaging our finances. Don't let Asgard Financial ruin your finances like they did with mine. They are a firm to

BT Financial Group
1.2 from 200 reviews

Latest review: The Perth office who looks after Asgard/ Investor Online seem to be unable to to process a simple partial withdrawal of funds in a timely and efficient manner. They have no facility for appropriate

MLC
1.2 from 159 reviews

Latest review: I have dealt with MLC as both a customer, and as an IT consultant. Perhaps in the past, say 1950s, they were a worthwhile company to insure with. But since the 1990s, there is simply “a bolt m

OnePath Superannuation
1.3 from 72 reviews

Latest review: I'm in the process of rolling my super from OnePath into a better performing industry super fund. Boy! they don't make it easy, eg. I had to provide OnePaths Unique Super Identifier number to the new

AMP Superannuation
1.2 from 246 reviews

Latest review: Worst performing super fund I had. Swapped as soon as I could. If your employer instists using these guys insist on selecting your own. Fees are absolute rip off

IOOF
1.3 from 40 reviews

Latest review: Unhelpful. Rude. Contradictory. I wish super was more regulated so I could report them but no one cares. I have asked for help but was met with templates that answered nothing and lies to

Suncorp WealthSmart
1.6 from 16 reviews

Latest review: My wife is currently suffering from lung and brain cancer I am her carer but unfortunately I am in hospital with Covid. Our medical bills are horrendous. When I spoke to the staff re a withdrawal

Plum Financial Services
1.2 from 46 reviews

Latest review: Unfortunately decided to roll into PLUM super on joining NAB group. Big mistake (if you're joining NAB, do yourself a favour and look at other better funds). I would give them 0 stars if I could.

ANZ Smart Choice Super
1.2 from 77 reviews

Latest review: I put my portfolio 90% as cash and 10% as low risk investment in mid 2020 and still got negative return. We had nearly two years of strong markets! I don’t understand how they are consistently under p

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