Get Help Finding Your Lost Super

Your lost super could be in an account that you have forgotten about or no longer have access to. This means you will continue to be charged fees which will be deducted from your rapidly-reducing super balance. Speak to our experts to start finding your lost super today. 

How Does It Work?

Our system for finding & retrieving lost super returns tens of thousands of dollars back to our customers monthly. Here’s how:


  • Fill out some basic information about yourself.
  • Australian Super Finder will find and retrieve all your ATO lost super, inactive and active superannuation accounts, free of charge.
  • We can then help you consolidate everything into one super fund of your choice for a one-off fee.
  • You will receive all your lost super, save on fees, and worry less about where all your super is being held moving forward.

“They made things easy for me when consolidating all my super accounts. Everything was done for me. I just had to sign off."

Vanessa Mizen

We Make It Simple

$20 Billion In Lost Super

There are currently 6 million inactive super accounts in Australia, equating to an estimated $20 billion in unclaimed super. Checking to see if you own any of those accounts is a smart decision.


You could be paying multiple sets of fees and insurance premiums on super accounts that you completely forgot about. Over time, this can lead to a shrinkage in your overall super savings. To avoid this, you can simply find your lost super with our free service.

Do You Have Any Lost Super?

In general, it is always a good idea to know exactly where your super is and how much of it you have. However, it is especially important if you have:

  1. Multiple super funds open.
  2. Ever changed jobs.
  3. Ever changed your name.
  4. Received letters from ATO regarding a roll over of your super.
  5. Curiousity to know if there might be some lost super of yours out there.

Don’t leave it to chance. Make sure your super is right. Our service is fast, free, and could end up saving you thousands.