AUA may stand for:
The Auatí-Paraná Extractive Reserve (Portuguese: Reserva Extrativista Auatí-Paraná) is an extractive reserve is Amazonas, Brazil.
The Auati-Paraná Canal (Portuguese: Canal Auati-Paraná) is a natural canal of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil.
Aua is a village on Tutuila Island in American Samoa.
Austrian Airlines AG, sometimes shortened to Austrian, is the flag carrier of Austria and a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group.
This is a list of the genera currently recognised in the fly family Tachinidae.
Auaké is a Native South American nation of the Amazon rainforest of Venezuela and Brazil. They were sedentary slash-and-burn farmers, which requires periodic relocation as soil becomes exhausted, and were also hunters, fishers and gatherers.
Aua (alternalely Awa, Ava) (circa 1870, Igloolik area - after 1922) was an Inuk angakkuq (medicine man) known for his anthropological input to Greenland anthropologist Knud Rasmussen.
Auahitūroa is a male Māori deity, personification of comets, and the origin of fire.