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