A bush home in Australia in 1895
The first settlers endured the inclement climate and the harshness of the bush as they went forth into the forest with the manly determination to reclaim the wilderness and to make themselves a home in its previously unbroken solitudes. To do this, has involved no small amount of courage, of patient endurance, of steadfast hope, of physical strength and of pertinacious toil. Picturesque Atlas of Australasia: published in 1886.
It's hard to tell from this photo whether it is a fully wooden construction called a bark hut or a wattle and daub home.