I too am graduating in April.. and that is exactly what I would like to know as well! Although I am also interested in the UK.
From what I've heard(and read), it is generally best to get a couple years of experience in your home country so that you aren't a "new grad" when you go over there--they have their own new grads that they would rather have in those transitional programs.
So that is my current plan.. graduate (fingers crossed!
), work for 1-2 years and get experience, and then try my hand at travel nursing in either the UK or Australia.
Here's hoping that someone with experience in either place will reply!