Why choose us

What makes us different


At the Insurance and Superannuation Centre you will speak with an experienced adviser in relation to your personal or business insurance and superannuation needs. Our experienced advisers will advise you on :

  • The types and level of insurance cover that will assist in meeting your needs and follow through to ensure your cover is put in place in a timely fashion and with the most suitable provider for you
  • The different options available for your superannuation savings , consolidation of old superannuation accounts and ongoing investment strategy
  • For business owners we can discuss and formulate a suitable superannuation and employee benefits program for your employees and offer ongoing services for your business

Ongoing Contact

  • Once your facilities are in place our experienced staff will maintain contact and assist with all your enquiries. We are only a phone call away -– remember our number –- 1800 Cover Me ( 1800 268 376 ) –- and we will assist with all your insurance and superannuation needs. You will also be able to receive a regular newsletter to keep you up to date with changes in the industry and general helpful tips for you and your family and associates
  • For business owners and their payroll area, all employees will have access to us and our advice. This can potentially save valuable administration time for your business and offer one contact point for all employees

Claim Time

  • We will be your contact point if you ever have a claim. We have all your policy details on file and will manage the claim process for you and your family or business partners in the event of a claim. We will assist with completion of  all paperwork and claim forms and liaise with the insurance company on your behalf

Ongoing Review

  • We maintain contact and ensure your insurance and superannuation policies are still relevant to your changing personal or business situations.   

Financial Services Guide - 1 February 2016 (Don McNab)

Financial Services Guide - 1 February 2016 (Ivon Ditcham)