Super is one of the best ways to save for your future. With ongoing contributions from your employer, the option to add extra money and being able to choose your investment plan, it makes sense to get the most from your super.
What super scheme am I in? You may have one or more super schemes with GESB, depending on when you joined the WA public sector. The best way to find your super scheme is to look at your most recent GESB statement. If you are still unsure, call your Member Services Centre on 13 43 72. The current super scheme for WA public sector employees is GESB Super.
Your super, your choice
Choice of super was introduced for WA public sector employees on 30 March 2012. This means you can do nothing and stay with GESB's great schemes, or choose another super provider. Make sure you're making the right choice for your future by finding out what benefits and opportunities your GESB super scheme offers. Some of GESB's schemes are unique and are now closed to new members.
GESB manages $15 billion, administering the super and retirement of current and former WA public sector workers. GESB has over 70 years experience managing super, providing competitive fees, consistent and sound long-term investment returns, multi-award winning super schemes and great insurance options.
Our products include GESB Super, West State Super and Gold State Super.
GESB Super is an accumulation scheme that is linked to investment markets, and is taxed. It comes with automatic insurance cover for eligible members, a choice of investment plans and competitive fees. Find out more.
West State Super
West State Super is a unique untaxed super scheme. The scheme is now closed to new members. It's an accumulation scheme linked to investment markets that comes with automatic insurance cover for eligible members, a choice of investment plans and competitive fees. Find out more.
Gold State Super
Gold State Super is a defined benefit scheme which is guaranteed by the WA State Government. It's closed to new members and is an untaxed scheme with no fees. It comes with automatic insurance cover at no cost. Your benefit is generally based on your years of service, level of contributions and final average salary. Find out more.