Majura may refer to:
The Majura District is a district of Canberra, with a population of 249 in 2011. It is situated in the northeast corner of the ACT, to the east of the North Canberra district, Mount Ainslie and Mount Majura, north of the Molonglo River, west of Sutton Road and south of the New South Wales border. It is located in the Majura Valley, which is drained by Woolshed Creek. Majura is primarily covered by the Majura Field Firing Range, open grazing country and Canberra Airport. Majura Road runs through it from the north to the south. This will be replaced as the major road by the Majura Parkway, which is due to be completed in mid 2016. Majura District is not generally zoned for residential development, partly because of the nearby airport. Its only significant settlement is Pialligo, which lies on its southern edge and is semi-rural in character.
The Majura Park Gun Club and Australian Federal Police driver training facilities are located on the northern part of Majura Road and a forensic facility is being built. The Majura Vineyard is located further south and the Mount Majura Solar Farm has been proposed for part of its land that has been cut off by the Majura Parkway project. The Majura Park Shopping Centre is on airport land at the southern end of Majura Road. The Royal Military College, Duntroon and the Australian Defence Force Academy lie to the south of Fairbairn Avenue on the edge of the Majura district.
In 2011, the Majura district contains 14 rural holdings in a thin strip along Majura Road between the nature reserves to the west and the defence, Airport and AFP land to the east. It was observed that "no-one in the Valley is a farmer, as they don’t receive their main income from farming."
Majura assembly constituency is one of the 182 assembly constituencies of Gujarat. It is located in Surat district. This seat came into existence after 2008 delimitation.