In (very) brief the review has some good ideas.
It recommends removing the exemptions intellectual property currently has vis a vis competition law. This would mean IP transactions are subject to the same competition requirements as all other transactions. This is excellent and likely to be supported by everyone except the copyright cartel.
It says parallel import restrictions should be abolished. This would be an actual free-trade measure (unlike most so-called free trade agreements) and would directly lower prices for books and other things. The push against this seems overly emotional and largely from vested interests, which is probably a sign that it’s a good idea.
It advocates dismantling the bizarre pharmacy guild monopoly and anti-competitive rules which have been cooked up by the guild and various governments over time.
It recommends road users stop paying flat rego charges and instead pay based on their level of road use. Sensible probably but the risk is that the less wealthy who have to travel further to workplaces will be slugged harder. Also, the tolling and tracking systems this would require could be a privacy risk without safeguards. Our policy is to abolish the rego charge and increase fuel excise, which creates better incentives and fewer risks IMHO.
For the supermarket duopoly, it recommends that local councils give more weight to factors like competition in their approval processes. This is a squib, I think, since it solves none of the existing problem and couldn’t really amount to more than a marginal slowing of duopoly expansion in particular areas.
It recommends freeing up the taxi licence system, which has been locked down by backroom deals between big operators and governments for decades. This would be a good reform.
In short the review is basically belting monopoly rents and artificial scarcity all over the shop and it should probably get some love from us before the major parties bury it.