Panoptic segmentation is an important computer vision task which combines semantic and instance segmentation. It plays a crucial role in domains of medical image analysis, self-driving vehicles, and robotics by providing a comprehensive understanding of visual environments. Traditionally, deep learning panoptic segmentation models have relied on dense and accurately annotated training data, which is expensive and time consuming to obtain. Recent advancements in self-supervised learning approaches have shown great potential in leveraging synthetic and unlabelled data to generate pseudo-labels using self-training to improve the performance of instance and semantic segmentation models. The three available methods for self-supervised panoptic segmentation use proposal-based transformer architectures which are computationally expensive, complicated and engineered for specific tasks. The aim of this work is to develop a framework to perform embedding-based self-supervised panoptic segmentation using self-training in a synthetic-to-real domain adaptation problem setting.