It doesn't look that bad excepting that the alkalinity is high and could require neutralization for many brews.
Going with the campden is a good idea. If the water tastes fishy or scumy, then filtration through an activated carbon filter should help.
Of course, to learn more about brewing water chemisty, visit the Water Knowledge page on the Bru'n Water website. While there, check out Bru'n Water. Most people find that its a pain to have to reload all of your data into a calculator for every brew. That is the advantage of having your own data in sheets on your own computer!