Aure is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is part of the region of Nordmøre. The administrative centre is the village of Aure. Other villages include Stemshaug, Todalen, and Tjeldbergodden. Aure has one of the largest wooden churches in Norway.
The municipality includes many islands as well as some parts of the mainland. Islands of Aure include Ertvågsøy, Rottøya, Ruøya, Solskjel, Stabblandet, Tustna, and Skardsøya. The Vinjefjorden, Arasvikfjord, and Edøyfjorden surround the municipality. Several bridges connect the islands including the Mjosund Bridge, Aursund Bridge, and Dromnessund Bridge.
The municipality was established on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). Two other municipalities was later separated from it: Valsøyfjord (in 1894) and Stemshaug (in 1914). Stemshaug, however, was merged back with Aure on 1 January 1965. The municipality of Tustna was merged with Aure on 1 January 2006.