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Hi, firsly I am not a tax expert. I am self employed. From my understanding there is a limit to what you can contribute to super without being taxed extra.
Alternatively you could have an investment with someone like BT Funds or similar who would give you a franked tax paid dividend twice yearly and to which you can invest in regularly if you wish. But I don’t know if that’s what is best and it would really be a good idea to talk to someone who specialises in investment advice.
See more at the ATO here also https://www.ato.gov.au/Business/Super-for-employers/Working-out-if-you-have-to-pay-super/Super-for-the-self-employed/