By reducing the number of super accounts that you hold to just one, you could save on fees over time and may reduce any overlap in insurance coverage and premiums you have.
You can consolidate your super online at myGov through the ATO or by completing a super consolidation form.
Before making a decision to consolidate, you should compare the costs, fees, risks and benefits of your other super funds against your preferred fund. You should also consider whether you can replace any insurance cover you may lose upon rolling over, potential withdrawal fees, as well as any investment or tax implications. You should also decide which super fund you want your future employer contributions paid to and complete a Superannuation standard choice form if you would like to change funds. Once you have completed this form, you’ll need to provide it to your employer, but remember to also check with your employer that they offer the option to pay your future contributions into a fund you choose.