Havrå or Havre sometimes Havretunet or Havråtunet is a cluster of farm in Osterøy municipality in Hordaland, Norway. Havrå is one of the very last and best preserved of the common farm clusters on the Western coast of Norway. Havrå was the first cultural environment to be protected under section 20 of the Norwegian Cultural Heritage Act. It was not connected to road until late in the 1960s.
Havrå is situated in a very steep terrain on the south side of Osterøy and is shaped in line typical for steep terrain in the Norwegian fjords. It can be clearly seen from both the railway (Bergensbanen) and the highway between Bergen and Oslo.