The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Map of Indigenous Australia provides a powerful reminder that there are hundreds of larger-scale groups of people living on a patchwork of Countries. The language of expressing care for Country is critical because it is also seen as part of the interconnected web of entities. Language is also seen as promoting health across an integrated range of medical, economic, social, expressive and environmental forms, for living and non-living entities. The ethics of history is embodied, spoken, in place and interconnected with all the entities of that place. History is made and remade again and again to educate ourselves and the auditors of our stories. The domain of seascape ethics is always shifting: tranquil and tumultuous, nurturing and deadly.