Annaberg-Lungötz is a municipality in Salzburg, Austria.
The municipality lies in the Lammer River valley at the foot of the Gosaukamm.
It belonged for centuries to the Pongau. Only in 1896, when Hallein became a district capital, did the municipality become part of the Tennengau.
One of its subdivisions, Annaberg im Lammertal is a village especially notable for tourism. Located in the Alps, it is part of the Dachstein West ski region. Summer activities available for tourists include mountain biking, paragliding, white water rafting, walking holidays etc.