Coalition super policies

The newly elected Coalition Government has proposed a number of significant super policy changes. Note that these are only policies and have not been legislated. Read more

VicSuper achieves platinum rating

SuperRatings, an independent superannuation research company awarded VicSuper its highest rating, Platinum, for 2013. This confirms that, in SuperRatings' words, VicSuper is one of the "best value for money funds" in Australia. Read more

Federal Budget 2013/14

With the release of the Federal Budget, we have pulled out some of the key super-related reforms. Check out our Budget update to see how you will be affected. Read more

ResourceSmart winners announced

VicSuper congratulates Tracey Gray of Port Fairy Consolidated School, winner of the teacher of the year award in the primary schools category for Sustainability Victoria’s ResourceSmart Schools Awards 2013. Read more

Federal Budget 2015/16

Treasurer Joe Hockey has handed down his second Federal Budget. What does the 2015/16 Budget have in store for your super and retirement income? Read more

Federal Budget 2014/15

After weeks of speculation, Treasurer Joe Hockey has handed down his first Federal Budget. So what does the 2014/15 Budget have in store for super? Read more

A farming revolution

VicSuper CEO, Michael Dundon explains how VicSuper's investment in the Kerang region is part of the fund’s commitment to investing sustainably and responsibly. Read more

VicSuper has moved

We are excited to announce that VicSuper's Head Office, including our Melbourne Advice Centre, will be moving from 90 Collins Street to Level 9, 171 Collins Street from Monday 26 May 2014. Read more

Repeal of the Low Income Super Contribution

Recent focus on the budget has seen the Federal Government reconfirm its plans to repeal the Low Income Super Contribution. The removal of the Low Income Super Contribution (LISC) will impact one third of working Australians. Read more

Get Super Active

To help people connect with their super we launched a campaign that gave people the chance to physically hold their superannuation balance in their hands. Read more