In contrast to the 2016 campaign, superannuation has played minimal role in the election campaign, beyond Bill Shorten's stumble early on when he (technically correctly) said Labor had no plans to increase taxes on superannuation. 

If you don't recall, in the 2016 budget the Liberals, in one of their last fits of trying to govern in the national interest, introduced some sensible reforms to slightly reduce absurdly high superannuation tax concessions exploited by the wealthy. The wealthy retiree section of the Liberal base promptly went feral and it became a running sore for the party in the 2016 election campaign, complete with shockjock gotcha attacks on Liberal ministers trying to defend good policy (after the election, it got worse, with a disgusting campaign against Kelly O'Dwyer by angry old white men in her electorate).