Vardy and Hutchings depart the Eagles as members of their 2018 premiership side, while Ah Chee will leave the club after 31 games in the blue and gold.
Hutchings made his debut with the Eagles in 2013 and played 120 games for West Coast after being drafted via the 2012 Rookie Draft.
Ah Chee joined the Eagles in the same off-season as Vardy and has amassed a total of 58 AFL games in his career.
“It is always a difficult time of year farewelling players and Mark, Nathan and Brendon have been highly-valued and popular members of the playing group,” Eagles football boss Craig Vozzo said via the club's announcement.
“Mark’s professionalism and selfless approach was a wonderful lesson for so many of younger players. He has been a team-first player who got everything out of himself.
“Nathan came across from Geelong after not enjoying much luck with his body early in his career but managed to play some excellent football, most memorably in 2018 after Nic went down, and he was an important part of what the team achieved.
“And as well as his playing achievements, Brendon will leave a legacy with his leadership among our Indigenous players as well.
“On behalf of the club, we thank Mark, Nathan and Brendon for their contributions and wish them every success for their future endeavours.”