See the post Ayers Rock Geodetic Station for photos showing the pedestal being constructed.
Pedestal under construction.
The rocks used to render the pedestal were imported from Mt Conner. Carried up the rock by NT Parks Staff. Left to right George Page-Sharpe, Derek Roff (Head Ranger), Ian Cawood and Darrel Toon. See Ayers Rock Geodetic Station
 Height is reported to be 877m ASL according to CR Twidale, 2010. See Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas): Inselbergs of Central Australia in Geomorphological Landscapes of the World edited by Piotr Migon Springer Science & Business Media 2010
 Healy, T. (1995) The early ascents of Mount Olga, Burwood, self-published. Reproduced on P16 in Hannah Hueneke 2006 To climb or not to climb? ‘The sacred deed done at Australia’s mighty heart’ ANU Honours Thesis.
 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/2368137 The Queenslander Thu 30 Jun 1932 P24