Get your super back


This page provides information for people who have already found their 'lost' super with AUSfund, and want to get it back. 

Haven’t yet found your lost super? Try our quick lost super search.

Your options

1. Transfer your AUSfund balance to another super fund

AUSfund will transfer the funds directly into your active super account at no cost to you.

Alternatively, you can download and print a rollover form in PDF

Why should I transfer my super out of AUSfund? 

  • No more paying multiple administration fees
  • All your super is in one place – easy to check and easy to keep track of
  • AUSfund is an Eligible Rollover Fund (ERF) and differs from other super funds. For example, we don't offer investment choice or insurance. Read more about AUSfund 

Don't know if you have another super account?

If you do not know if you have another super account, please check with your current or previous employer about which fund(s) they made super contributions to on your behalf. You may also set up a new super fund account, please see lists of super funds

2. Claim cash if account balance is under $200

Generally, super can only be claimed when you retire. However, if your AUSfund account balance is under $200, it can be claimed as a cash payment at any time. 

Alternatively, you can download and complete the balance under $200 cash claim form.

3. Claim cash if temporary resident leaving Australia permanently 

If you are a temporary resident leaving Australia permanently, please contact us for instructions on how to claim your super held by AUSfund. Please note: You cannot claim your benefits if you are still living in Australia.

If you do not claim your benefit within six months of the date you depart Australia, AUSfund is required by law to transfer the amount to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). You may claim your benefit at any time by applying directly to the ATO:   

If you have moved to New Zealand indefinitely or permanently and you have a KiwiSaver account, you can apply to transfer the whole balance of your superannuation benefit to that account. For details, read the fact sheet.


View our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.