Anyone can join QSuper

While we were originally started to look after the retirement savings of Queensland Government employees, we became open to the public on 1 July 2017.

This means that regardless of whether you work in the private or public sector, you can join QSuper and access the many benefits that come from being part of one of the country's largest super funds.1

anyone can join
594,000 members and counting
100+ years strong
$117 bnfunds under administration2

How to join

Joining QSuper is easy. There is no cost and it only takes around 10 minutes to join online.

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If you're under age 14, please fill in the paper form at the back of the QSuper Product Disclosure Statement (pdf) as you will need a parent or guardian to sign.

There are a few things you can do to get ready to join:

If you are a new or current Queensland Government employee or work for a default employer, there is no need to join online – your employer will provide us with your information.

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Why join QSuper?

Profit for members

Being a profit-for-members fund means that we don't have shareholders, so our interests are aligned with yours.


We have been recognised for value for money by receiving SuperRatings' Platinum Performance rating 10 years in a row.

#1 in member satisfaction

Across the 14 largest super funds, QSuper ranks the highest for member satisfaction with financial performance.3

100 years strong

We're proud to help more than half a million members feel good about their future.


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Join half a million Australians who are already enjoying the QSuper feeling.

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1. Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) Annual Fund-level Superannuation Statistics June 2019 edition (issued 10 December 2019) for assets.
2. Funds under administration as at 30 June 2020. Net assets include the retirement funds managed by QSuper and employer-sponsor receivables for Defined Benefit members managed and held by Queensland Treasury.
3.Roy Morgan, Superannuation Satisfaction: Satisfaction with Financial Performance of Superannuation in Australia. 6 months to April 2020, n=5,532, Base: Australians aged 14+ with work-based or personal superannuation. 14 largest super funds based on customer numbers.