Six Park has completed a $1.9 million funding round, following on from a successful $1.5 million round in January 2017.
The robo-adviser has also announced a potentially significant relationship with SMSF administrators Heffron and Class.
Commenting on the new partnerships, Six Park chief executive Patrick Garrett said there is a "huge opportunity" to use technology and automation to allow those who are "priced out of the market" to utilise SMSFs.
"Digital technology and automation are disrupting the wealth industry; now leading service providers are also embracing fintech as end-clients are demanding value-for-money services," Mr Garrett said.
The company has also announced that former Deutsche Bank head of M&A and participant in the January 2017 raising Mike Roche has joined the board of directors.
Six Park has also appointed Adrian Cretu-Barbul, formerly of Jetstar and Sensis, as its new chief technology officer.