Beyond Murree, it was the only place to have a Government Higher Secondary School since 1885, which was later upgraded to a College. The School remained the sole educational institution catering to the people of lower union councils of Murree for a long time. At present[when?] there are many primary and secondary government and private schools for both genders. The spacious Jamia Masjid of Ausia is being rebuilt with generous contributions from the people. Ausia has a branch of MCB which manages an ATM and serves the banking needs of the people. The village has a network of roads and various places are accessible easily.
A link road, Ausia-Dehla Road, which connects the Upper Kohala Road with the Lower Kohala Road, starts from the main bazaar of Ausia, called Parao. During the Raj, the Parao served as a resting place for the troops, including high command, en route to Kashmir. The bazar offers services as well as products for sale and is also a place of rendezvous for the people. Adjacent to the bazar is a playground which hosts sporting events. The scenery is magnificent and at some places, one can see snow clad peaks of Kashmir and Kaghan. The towering and majestic peak of Mukeshpuri is very noticeable. The summers are extremely pleasant as weather is quite moderate most of the time. The winters could be very cold with snowfall. Ausia is about 20–25 minutes drive from Murree under normal conditions. Ausia once had a lot of fruit orchards and fruit was sold for livelihood but since people have resorted to non agricultural occupations, this sector remains neglected. The same applies to catch crops and livestock.