I'm not a solicitor.
In NSW it's a criminal offence to knowingly make a false report to police.
CRIMES ACT 1900 - SECT 307B False or misleading information
If your ex has listed 5 false incidents you might be able to prove she knowingly lied to the police in one of them.
For example if you can prove you were not present when she says you hurt her ankle.
Your current situation is not to prove she has lied, but that you ought not be restrained with an AVO.
I gather most solicitors will recommend people accept the order without admissions.
If you want to fight this, I think you need a solicitor. The stuff you raise...coming back from shopping empty handed, for instance, can be easily explained: she decided not to buy anything. Even raising this makes you seem controlling, and that can be a flag for DV.
The arm bruises...did you inspect her arms ? Who inspects their wife's arms? I might notice if she has a bruise, but I do not notice my wife is bruise free. I'm guessing the psychologist did inspect her arms if they called the cops about that.
Lots of stuff you raise doesn't seem particularly relevant too...the HDD for example. Your wife borrowed something and hasn't yet returned it, better get used to that.
Suggest you go see a solicitor and follow their advice.
I don't know what would be "related". If she has planed to frame you up obviously she won't be that stupid to raise something that you were not present. What I really do not understand is in Australia the police can issue an AVO against you so easily only relying on someone's speak and force you to leave your own house without even talking to you at all.
Then "most solicitors will recommend people accept the order without admissions" and you will never be back. Isn't it a system that one can use to frame up another easily?