In this paper, a nickel-aluminum bronze alloy component is built using wire-arc additive manufacturing process. In order to investigate the influence of anisotropy introduced by the wire-arc additive manufacturing process, the layer-by-layer manufactured components with different post-production heat treatments are characterized by optical and scanning electron microscopy morphologies, X-ray diffraction and mechanical tests in longitudinal, transverse and normal directions. The experimental results show that the deposit exhibits higher strengths in the longitudinal and transverse direction than in the normal direction. Also, the ductility of the alloy is significantly improved with the designed quenching and tempering method, and competitive mechanical properties are achieved when tempering temperature reaches 650 °C. In addition, the anisotropy in the additively manufactured alloy can be effectively modified by the quenching and tempering heat treatments.