Over 100 years of service
It all started in 1905.
A small group of postal workers decided to put in sixpence from their pay each week to form a funeral fund for the widows when any of the society members died.
The postal network spread the word. Starting as the Victorian and Tasmanian Public Service Provident Fund (commonly known as ‘Vic & Tas’) we became one of the larger of many ‘funeral funds’ in the 1920s and 1930s in Australia.
We later became the Australian Public Service Benevolent Society but is now known as the APS Benefits Group.
Today, APS has members from all across Australia. We are proud to play an important part in maintaining the financial health of our members.
APS supports members from all states and territories in Australia as a proud member of the community