Productivity and Labour Relations Minister Yvonne Henderson said the Liberals' industrial relations leaflets proved how desperate they were to hide the truth about their industrial relations policy.
Mrs Henderson said that Kennett's actions in Victoria had revealed what the Liberals planned to do across Australia wherever they won government.
"The Federal Opposition spokesman John Howard has said that all State Liberal leaders had endorsed the Federal industrial relations policy and that it was effectively the same as Victoria's," Mrs Henderson said.
"Kennett was able to hide his plans until he was voted in - but he has blown the cover for his Liberal colleagues in Western Australia," Mrs Henderson said.
"Western Australians have seen that the Liberals promised there would be no loss of wages or conditions before the Victorian election, but immediately afterwards cut leave loading and weekend penalty rates and forced people on to individual contracts.
"People now know that workers will cop the same treatment here under a Liberal government, despite their claims and desperate attempts at subterfuge.
"They know that voting Liberal means being forced on to individual contracts, and they will have to sign or be sacked.
"They would lose wages, conditions, and any avenue for redress with the axing of compulsory arbitration as in Victoria."
Mrs Henderson said the Liberals' industrial relations survey was as distorted and misleading as their policy.
She said people did not need to read leaflets or listen to misleading figures, they merely had to observe Victoria.