Anakie is a rural township between Geelong, Victoria, and Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, Australia. At the 2011 census, Anakie and the surrounding area had a population of 602. The town is divided between the City of Greater Geelong and Golden Plains Shire local government areas.
The name is believed to be derived from 'Anakie Youang', an expression in one of the local Australian Aboriginal languages, meaning 'little hill' or 'twin hills'. The nearby Brisbane Ranges National Park contains three hills known as The Anakies, as well as Mount Anakie.
Anakie's industry consists mainly of farms and vineyards. Fairy Park, a fairytale-themed amusement park overlooking the Anakie township, is a prominent local attraction. The town is also a stopping off point for the Brisbane Ranges National Park.
The town has an Australian rules football team competing in the Geelong & District Football League.