Our job is to make it easy to drive the car you love, and enjoy all the savings and benefits of a novated lease with none of the hassle.

With our award-winning customer service and industry-leading innovation, Smartleasing gets around 10,000 people into the car they love every year. In fact right now, we’re managing the novated lease arrangements for over 35,000 employees across Australia.

These are just a few of the reasons some of Australia’s largest employers choose Smartleasing as a novated leasing provider for their employees. Smartleasing customers include the Department of Defence, WA Health, Queensland Government and Westpac.

We attribute our growth to an unwavering commitment to making novated leasing simple for all our customers, both employers and employees.

As a customer of Smartleasing, you can expect a seamless novated leasing experience thanks to the way we’ve simplified processes like lodging claims, registering your car and even arranging a service. You’ll also enjoy our award-winning customer service, with the ability to get in touch whenever and however it suits you, and our commitment to getting any queries you may have sorted the first time around.


Smartgroup delivers employee benefits administration and workforce optimisation services to government, health and corporate sectors across Australia.

Thanks to our award-winning customer service and industry-leading innovation, Smartgroup has experienced tremendous success, becoming a leader in each field of operation.

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