My Situation

I want to boost my super before I finish working

Once you reach your preservation age, you can set up a Transition to Retirement (TTR) account and start making additional contributions into your super. This can be an effective way to boost your super in the lead up to retirement. Find out more.

I want to reduce work hours and draw an income from super

You can do this by setting up a Transition to Retirement (TTR) account from which you can withdraw a regular income (subject to limits) and keep contributing into your super account. Find out more.

I want to withdraw my super savings

You can access your super savings once you reach your 'preservation age' (conditions apply). Your preservation age depends on your date of birth, as illustrated below.

Your date of birth

Your preservation age

Before 1 July 1960


Between 1 July 1960 and 30 June 1961


Between 1 July 1961 and 30 June 1962


Between 1 July 1962 and 30 June 1963


Between 1 July 1963 and 30 June 1964


After 30 June 1964


Investment Scenario

If you’re aged 60 and over and haven't chosen how you'd like your super savings invested, then we will invest your super savings in the MySuper Consolidating lifestage option.

60 and over

Consolidating Lifestage

Return target

1.5% per annum above inflation over rolling 10 year periods

Level of Investment Risk

This option invests your money in a mixture of growth and defensive assets. There is a high level of risk involved in growth assets but over the long term these assets can deliver high returns.

Investment Mix

Total Growth Assets = 62%
Total Defensive Assets = 38%

Products that may suit you


This is where you let Child Care Super choose your investment option for you based on your age.

Find out more

Choose your own with MyMix

This is where you select your own investments from a range of different options.

Find out more


Our Death, TPD and Income Protection cover provides security for you and your family at some of the best rates in the superannuation market.

Find out more
This document contains general advice only and doesn't take into account what you currently have, want and need for your personal circumstances. It is important for you to consider these matters and read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Target Market Determination (TMD) before you make a decision about a superannuation product.

Not sure about your options? Call

1800 060 215


Send us a message

Join Today