Anderson Park is a park in Invercargill, New Zealand. It consists of an impressive Georgian-style residence set in 24 hectares of landscaped gardens. The house displays Invercargill's extensive collection of New Zealand art.
Sir Robert Anderson, a notable Invercargill businessman, built the house and it was completed in 1925. Interior walls were of white plaster to show Sir Robert's paintings and etchings to best advantage. To the rear of the house stands a wharepuni or Māori house, the traditional carving coming from Rotorua.