Segalstad bru (Segalstad bridge) is the administrative centre of Gausdal municipality, Norway. Its population is 870. It is located on the crossroad between Østre Gausdal and Vestre Gausdal. The location got its name from the bridge which links each part of the municipality together.
A number of business and shops are local to Segalstad bru, the most significant of which is the timber company, Gausdal Bruk. Moreover, Segalstad bru is home to Fjerndum primary school, Gausdal Secondary school, its own municipality administration building and sports facilities.
Next to Segalstad bru lies the first Norway's two Q-dairies which formally belonged to Gausdal Ysteri, one of Norway's biggest producers of goat's cheese.
Segalstad bru is well known in Norwegian history for the battles which took place in April 1940, in which several men lost their lives.