Right. From the family archives, this was taken c.1962. It is squarely in Mr Geddes' patch, on what is now a popular walking track. If one turned to the right one would see the embryonic form of a South Island resort town.
Clue: This Otago trig, founded in 1881, is on a hill that carries the name of a skin growth you might find of a witch's nose. It is not beaconed and can be seen nestled in the rocks just right of centre on the photo.
OK, here goes, from my final assignation with Andersen & Associates. This 6th order mark is a canny spot to have your lunch. To my right is the valley where the government keeps its spying gear, and to the left is a valley named for a favourite pastime of tom cats.