Limited Public Offer

Limited Public Offer

From 30 November 2022, our Limited Public Offer gives eligible members the ability to direct employer contributions from non-SA Government employers to Super SA Select. 

Exclusively for Super SA members

Our Limited Public Offer means that SA Government workers who have multiple employers can now ask their non-SA Government employers to pay their super to Super SA Select. It also means that if you leave the public sector, you can choose to stay with Super SA and have contributions from your new employer go into a Super SA Select account (subject to eligibility).

Growing your super with Super SA Select

Super SA Select is a super scheme designed to help you save for retirement. However, unlike Triple S (the default scheme for South Australian public sector workers) Super SA Select is a taxed fund. As a taxed fund it can provide employees with a few extra ways for growing super. It’s up to you to determine if Super SA Select is right for you. 

Limited Public Offer Eligibility

To be eligible, you must hold at least one of the following Super SA accounts, and continue to do so to maintain ongoing eligibility:

  • an open Triple S account with a balance greater than $0 (spouse and non-member spouses are not eligible)
    • an open Super SA Select account which is receiving SA Government employer contributions. 


How to apply

Now that you've confirmed your eligibility, simply answer the question below and follow the steps.

Do you have an active Super SA Select account?


Yes, I do

Great, you're one step closer!

Complete the Pay my super into Super SA Select form and give it to your non-Government employer.

This form gives your employer permission to direct your employer contributions to Super SA Select. 


No, I don't

There are just two steps you need to take. 

Step 1: Complete an application to open a Super SA Select account. You can find the form towards the back of the Super SA Select PDS

Step 2: Complete the Pay my super into Super SA Select form and give it to your non-Government employer. This gives them permission to direct your employer contributions to Super SA Select.

Not sure? Check your online account or contact us

What happens next?

I’ve applied to open a Super SA Select account

Please allow up to two months for your new account to become active. You will get a letter from Super SA confirming when your new account is ready to receive funds.

If you’ve registered to receive emails from us, you’ll be notified the day after the account becomes active. Otherwise, you’ll get a letter via post (this may take up to 14 days). You can keep track of your account when you log in online.

When can I transfer funds or make personal contributions into Super SA Select?

Your Super SA Select account must be active to receive funds (please allow up to two months from the time we receive your application). Once you get confirmation that your new Super SA Select account is active, you can make personal contributions or transfer funds into the account.

Fund transfers and personal contributions will be rejected after a time if you do not have an active Super SA Select account. Get in touch with us if you have already made a contribution or have requested a funds transfer but have not yet applied for a Super SA Select account.

When will I see my employer’s contributions in my Super SA Select account?

Many employers pay super quarterly so it could be up to 3 months before you see funds in your account. When you give your non-Government employer your Pay my super into Super SA Select form ask them when the first deposit will be.

The superannuation schemes administered by Super SA are exempt public sector superannuation schemes and are not regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) or the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). Super SA is not required to hold an Australian Financial Services Licence to provide general advice about a Super SA product. The information in this publication is of a general nature only and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation, or needs. Super SA recommends that before making any decisions about its products you consider the appropriateness of this information in the context of your own objectives, financial situation, and needs, read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS), and seek financial advice from a licensed financial adviser in relation to your financial position and requirements.