Andrew Halley Knight (18 December 1813 – 6 July 1904) was a politician in colonial Victoria (Australia), a member of the Victorian Legislative Council.
Knight was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and arrived in the Port Phillip District in 1838. He farmed sheep in Kalkallo, Victoria and later became a merchant in Melbourne.
Knight was a nominated member of the Victorian Legislative Council from 6 September 1853 replacing Edward Emmett. Knight remained a member until resigning on 8 March 1854; he was replaced by Charles Bradshaw.
Knight died in Croydon, England on 6 July 1904.