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Tucked between coastline and farmland, guests will find that Indigo Retreat is surrounded by options for locally grown produce, freshly caught seafood, and small producers making artisanal breads, dairy products and wine. Stock up and enjoy the tastes of the South Coast from the comfort, peace and privacy of the retreat, or venture out into the surrounding towns for a bite at one of many new cafes and restaurants.

Cooking at Indigo – a great destination for foodies

Stock your Indigo Retreat pantry with local produce and settle in for a complete break away from the world. Think Australia’s best oysters, beautiful sourdough bread from our new bakery, pastries from Cream Patisserie, and local Tilba milk, butter and cheeses. A Thursday farmers market in Bermagui is a great place also to find freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices, sauces and sweet treats.


Guests at Indigo are encouraged to supplement locally bought foods with anything found in the Retreat’s garden. We have a beautiful covered organic vegie garden with varying amounts of leafy greens and herbs throughout the year. We also have a selection of stone fruit and citrus trees. Assorted spices and sauces are stocked in your pantry so that you don’t have to bring a supermarket full of food for your stay.


West Lodge has a farmhouse style kitchen and offers lots of opportunities to cook beautiful food. In addition to a standard oven and microwave it has a full set of appliances including a coffee machine, food processor, juicer and more. The outdoor dining space includes a sink, teppanyaki style BBQ and a new professional standard woodfired pizza oven.

Have your stay catered for less work, more holiday…

Have Indigo’s preferred caterer stock your pantry or embellish your stay with gorgeous meals. We can arrange to have local sourced foods and produce delivered to your kitchen prior to your arrival so that you don’t need to venture out at all.

Eating Out

Indigo Retreat’s location provides guests with many local dining options ranging from wharfside fish and chips to vineyard fine dining.