|Basin countries||New Zealand|
|Mouth elevation||860 m|
This article is about a river in Canterbury, New Zealand. For the Washington (United States) politician, see Ann Rivers.
The Anne River is a small river in Canterbury, New Zealand. It rises near the Anne Saddle and flows east then north for approximately 6 km until it meets the Henry River, itself a tributary of the Waiau River. The St James Walkway, a popular tramping track, follows the Anne River for its entire length, and the Anne Huts are located near the river's mouth.
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- Coordinates: — Mouth
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