I guess that I could have helped you here - I have a lot of experience
with this sort of stuff, working with recent graduates and unemployed
[that's the same where I live :-( ] as their lecturer.
I can also understand that you must be nervous and anxious to get this
job, but I would like to dissuade you from using Google Answers in
order to write your resume (that's the way they call it Down Under)
and the cover letter, of the following reasons:
(1) This is a public board. Answers can be later found on search
engines. If the potential employer Googles you or your CV later, they
will find this and might think that you're incapable of doing things
like that yourself. And not only this employer, also other potential
employers in the future might find this potentially embarrassing
(2) You know yourself better than anybody else. My students are
usually non-English speakers, who - among other things - need my help
when they write their English CVs and cover letters. I **ALWAYS** have
to sit with them, because no matter how bad their English (or job
seeking skills) might be, they know themselves better than I do.
(3) As a nurse yourself, you'd know the nomenclature better than
anyone else who's not an Aussie-nurse his/herself.
(4) Writing the resume and the cover letter is like an exercise
towards the interview itself. You already practice in using the right
terms, in presenting yourself, etc.
Here are some Australian CV writing tips:
Australian CV Writing Guide
Looking for work in Australia
I hope this helps.