How do I consolidate?

How to consolidate your super

If you’re already a Virgin Money Super customer, to consolidate your money from another super account simply log in, click ‘Find My Super’ and complete a manual search to consolidate your super. You’ll just need the fund names and member numbers of your old accounts.

Log in to your Virgin Money Super Account

Not sure what your other account details are? You can usually find these details in the last statement you received from your super provider or you can find and consolidate your old super accounts by logging in to MyGov.

Log in to MyGov

Just remember, before you consolidate your superannuation it's important to check the details of each of your accounts to decide which fund suits you best and be sure to check to see if your insurance or other benefits will be impacted or lost.

  • Consolidating using our online form

    Log in

    Log in to your Virgin Money Super account.

    Find my super

    In the navigation on the right-hand side, click on ‘Find My Super’.

    Consolidation request

    Click on the green ‘Manual Search’ button to begin the consolidation request.


    Search for the provider details of the account you wish to consolidate into your Virgin Money Super account. Here you’ll be able to search by Fund Name, ABN or USI.

    Once you have found your provider details, click ‘Add’. You’ll be able to search and add as many Fund Details, as you need, before proceeding to the next step. Once you are ready, click ‘Go’.

    Provide details

    Before we can process your consolidation request, you’ll need to provide us with your member number from the account you wish to transfer, and the amount of money you wish to bring across. Click ‘Go’ once you’re ready to review your request.


    To submit your consolidation request, review your supplied details and click ‘Submit’. Once we receive your request we’ll let you know when the funds have been transferred into your Virgin Money Super account.

  • Consolidating using MyGov

    Log in

    Log in to your MyGov account.

    Australian Tax Office

    Click onto ‘Australian Tax Office’ under ‘Your services’. Note, if you have not linked this service to your MyGov account, you will need to do that first.

    Start process

    Under ‘Super’ heading, click on the ‘Consolidate super’ link to begin the consolidation process.

    Consolidation request

    Your fund details and balance will be displayed in your ATO account. Click ‘transfer super’ to begin the consolidation request.

    Complete request

    To complete the transfer request, you will need to select the super account you wish to withdraw your funds from. Once you have selected where your super will be withdrawn from, you can then select which account you wish to transfer too. Select ‘Virgin Money Super’, to transfer your money into your Virgin Money Super account and click ‘Next’.


    Next, you’ll be asked to complete your personal details and authorise the request. Once you have read the authorisation and declaration, check the tick box and click ‘Submit’ to finalise your ATO consolidation request.

Need more help?

If you are having trouble with consolidating your super using our online form, or through MyGov ATO services you can call us on 1300 652 770, Monday to Friday between 8am to 6pm AEST.

Our Customer Care team will be happy to help. Simply have the fund names and member numbers of your old accounts ready and the team will be able to assist in completing a consolidation request over the phone.

Why should I consolidate?

Benefits of consolidating your super

Consolidating your super today will give you the control to create the future you want.

Saving for your retirement

If you’ve got multiple superannuation funds, you could be paying a lot more than you need to. Not only for administration fees, but also for things like insurance. Consolidation of your funds could mean you have more money stowed away for retirement.

Find out more about how super works and how to build your super.

Saving you time today

Consolidating can make your super easier to manage. Having fewer points of contact makes things less complicated. If you roll over your super into one fund, you’ll have more control of your investment strategy and paperwork, and less chance of losing track of your super later on.

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