So we are going to meet at 3.30pm at the main car park beside the visitors' centre. This gives us an hour or so to walk on the beach, or in the forest, if you think that is a likelier place to spot Layli and return to the picnic area in time to admire the animals, pray, and eat around 5pm. Sunset is actually at 5.28 on that day.
A good description of Narawntapu can be found at
Most importantly, Narawntapu is a National Park which means there is an entrance fee - $20.00 for a car and as many occupants as it can easily hold. Some of us already have annual passes to parks - might this be a time for others to consider buying one? Anyway its a time for making sure your car is full . You might want to meet others outside the park and squeeze into one car for the last kilometre.
Otherwise, its a normal Layli - bring food to eat or to share and a tolerance for or preferably a willingness to join in informal devotions.
Narawntapu is a wonderful place - if you have time you could easily spend the whole day there.