20% growth from cold to hot (right when you get off the track) is what you're looking for. or so a wise older gentleman has told me.
30psi has worked pretty well for me on the PP2CTs. works out to 36 when they're hot.
These are the basic rules I have used over the years - I have run the PP2CTs (interestingly enough at Phillip Island) and have typically set them at 32psi front and 30psi rear...but that's really just a personal feel thing 30/30 or whatever will be fine, and checking for something like the suggested 20% increase in pressure immediately after a session will give you a good guide as to what you need to do under the circumstances (weather, track temp, speed, etc) on the day.
Suspension settings are also very personal and come down to feel - which is different for every rider. That said there's some really good info around that will at least give you a starting point. The Sportbike settings that Red Rider pointed you to are a good base line - you can adjust from there to get the feel you want.
While you're at it, go over all the nuts and bolts on the bike you can see to check they're tight - especially around the suspension, frame, and wheels.
If this is your first trackday, probably your biggest issue on the day is going to be nerves - if you've done plenty of road riding, and have spent time setting your bike up and feel confident, just take a deep breath and just concentrate on doing your own thing...other faster riders will filter past of their own accord.
Get well organised before you leave - tools, food, water - pack the car/truck/back-pack the night before to try and remove as much stress from the day itself.
Take a folding chair to sit on if you can - it makes for a much more comfortable day and helps you relax and calm down between sessions.
Drink PLENTY of water (beer comes later !) throughout the day to stay hydrated - a dehydrated brain slows down...
And don't forget to have fun !!