Most people decide to renovate their bathroom because the current one is beyond its used by date or they would simply like a more modern appearance for their house.
The size of the tiles will depend what look your are aiming to achieve with your bathroom reno. One benefit of using larger format tiles is that there will be less grout to clean meaning the task of cleaning the bathroom is made a little easier.
Think about what DIY options are within your time and abilities as this will help to significantly cut the cost required for renovation. Simple changes such as changing the vanity over with new mirror and taps can make a world of difference to an old bathroom.
WELS stands for Water Efficiency Labels and Standards. This is a standardised system of labels and rating in use in Australia. This enables the easy comparison of different items you may incorporate into your bathroom reno.
The price will depend on the size of the bathroom and what quality level of fittings you decide to choose. At the lower end of the price bracket you are looking at around $15,000 for a bathroom renovation. For a large renovation with top quality fittings you would be looking to spend around $50,000 for a full fitout.
If you already have a good builder then your mind might already be made up. But if you are unsure then you would want to get a minimum of 2 full quotes that detail what you would like performed and the costs involved in the renovation.